Cetacean - and other irrelevant sightings

To: Simon Mustoe <>
Subject: Cetacean - and other irrelevant sightings
From: Penn Gwynne <>
Date: Thu, 22 Aug 2002 02:15:48 -0700 (PDT)

G'day Simon and Micheal,

You never ever know, unless you have a go, or where a cross over link may occur?

Owl let you bowf work that one out.

Penn and Eggy watching Dad's lips? hey it's the same just after tea?


Hi Simon

You wrote "I hope that this is of use to some of you out there and will enable me to keep things like this off birding-aus once and for all"

NO ! Let's have interesting cetacean - and spider - sightings. And the stuff about moth-eating fungi if anyone wants to tell us.

Because interesting sightings may well come from interesting people. And I want to know why so few birds are feeding on Tree Lucerne this year. Because of low nectar yields ? And how do I measure that ...?

And is it because of honey (or indigenous) bees.

Michael Norris
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