Re: Black Falcons

To: Birding Aus <>
Subject: Re: Black Falcons
From: Laurie&Leanne Knight <>
Date: Sat, 06 Apr 2002 15:11:38 +1000
Only a NSW person would consider the location of a NSW town to be geographically
significant. Those of us who live in different states don't know and don't lose
any sleep over the fact that we don't know where Tullamore is. 

A person is geographically challenged iff they don't know where they are and/or
are unable to find their way.  Geographically uniformed about personally
important locations is a different matter.

Get if right if you wish to cast nastursions.


> On the subject, and for the benefit of Alan Morris, there was a Black
> Falcon just north of Tullamore (central NSW for the geographically
> challenged) on 1 April.
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