birding-aus serious twitch

Subject: birding-aus serious twitch
Date: Fri, 07 May 1999 08:43:20 +1100
Hi everyone,
was reading the lates issue of Time magazine and they had a passing remark on 
two British birdwatchers who saw 2726 (I think this 
is the exact number) birds in one year.  Only about five times the number of 
birds I have seen in nearly 20 years.  Any one have 
any further information on this most serious of twitchathons.  I guess they 
travelled to a lot of countries.  I could imagine that 
number might be possible if you travelled to about one new country each month.  
Still a remarkable effort.
Best Wishes
John Boyce

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