RFI SE Qld (again, sorry)

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Subject: RFI SE Qld (again, sorry)
From: "Robert Quinan" <>
Date: Fri, 1 Sep 2000 16:07:15 +1000
Hi All.
I'm very embarrassed to have to do this but could all those kind people who replied to my first RFI (shown below)  resend their replies, please.  I had copied your replies to a WORD file and saved it to the HD on my work computer during some free time this morning, intending to print and read it later.  Later turned out to be too late.  When I went back to the computer it was gone.  The computer people are in the middle of upgrading and had neglected to tell me they would be taking it today.  So I'm sending this just in case I can't retrieve the file on Monday.
Once again, my sincerest apologies to those people, Jill, Peter, Allan, Paul and others I can't recall.
Going to be in SE QLD in a few weeks and will be looking for a few birds.  If anyone can give me a location to look for any of the following it would be greatly appreciated.  I have Thomas and Thomas to give me ideas for some.
Black-breasted Button-quail
Red-backed Button-quail
Wandering Tattler
Yellow-eyed(Barred) Cuckoo-shrike
Forest Kingfisher
Varied Triller
White-eared Monarch
Dusky Honeyeater
Oriental Cuckoo (might not be back yet)
Lesser Crested Tern
Little Bronze-cuckoo
I'd ask about the Red Goshawk but after the recent discussion I might be asking too much.
Robert Quinan
Central Coast, NSW, Aust.
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