Re: Blue Rock Thrush

To: "Barbara Stewart" <>
Subject: Re: Blue Rock Thrush
From: "Glen Ingram" <>
Date: Tue, 25 Nov 1997 09:20:23 +1100
David Stewart is getting old. I remember when he was young and use to bound
across rocks and wasn't the least parsimonious. I also remember when he had
the second highest list in Australia because he had a cooperative job.

We all say "Tough" now David.


Glen Ingram
Brisbane, Australia.

"A bird in the hand is the best way to eat chicken."

> As there is a significant cost to "twitching" it would be most useful if
> observers could give some detail about behaviour and habitat as well as
> saying "I've ticked it". I may have introduced a cost factor, but, it is
> there and I am sure people like me on a tight budget, would like as much
> information as possible, if they are to make the effort in chasing
> Sadly for me the bird did not utter a sound and from what I have learn't,
> was most unlikely anyway. Did anyone hear the Thrush utter a sound?
> David Stewart 

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