Swift Parrots decide to mobilise

Subject: Swift Parrots decide to mobilise
Date: Sat, 23 Sep 2000 15:13:20 +0800

Simon Kennedy wrote :
>The Swift Parrot is currently in the midst of its
>southward migration, so south-east birders keep a
>lookout!  They are spread out like Brown's cows at
>the moment, with some in Tasmania, others in
>Victorian winter haunts, and others on the move.

A few years ago I set the questions for a Literature quiz night.  One
question was :

How many cows did Brown have?

The answer that I had from a reference book on phrases, was that Brown had
no cows!!  So I hope the Swift Parrots are doing better ...

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