Re birding from a chair

Subject: Re birding from a chair
From: R & J Frankenberg <>
Date: Fri, 26 Jul 2002 18:33:23 +1000
Bob Forsyth's storey reminds me of a story I heard about Roy Wheeler, who
the oldies in Vistoria will remember as one of the bird gurus of the past.
In his later years, I believe he used to go on BOCA outings, and while the
rest of the group would spend the day tramping through the bush, he would
sit in a chair and mind the camp fire.  He often ended up with the longest
list for the day.

But I suppose the excercise is valuable.

Judy Frankenberg

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