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WHITE-BROWED WOODSWALLOW (Artamus superciliosus)
Biodiversity > Birds > Rare visitors and vagrants

White-browed woodswallow

Vagrant. Three records. Ten seen by John Blyth at the Old Settlement Paddock on 20 May 1993 (J. Blyth pers. comm.). Two seen by K. Basset at Transit Hill on 10 December 1994 (Morris & Burton 1996). Two on the island from 8th November until 30th November seen by Jack Shick, Andrew Silcocks, Ian Hutton and members of the November 2012 Birdweek tour. Either at Mosely Park swamp or along the forest edge below Malabar.


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