Inskip Pt, Qld, 13 - 150603 Part 1

To: "'REID Colin'" <>, "Birding-aus" <>
Subject: Inskip Pt, Qld, 13 - 150603 Part 1
From: "Graham" <>
Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2003 15:27:32 +1000
Gidday Birders,
                  I too have encountered this strange phenomena on many
occasions and now when in the field do not attempt to relieve myself
without the necessary equipment.....Bins and animal bags. Too many times
had I gone unprepared (so to speak) only to squint into the distance at
a thingy-bird or have a beastie run-off cause I didn't have anyting to
put it in.

Examples include: Barking Owl at Coolah Tops and Lygisaurus foliorum at
Fairfield (fantastic find..) . There are others, just can't think of

Graham Turner

-----Original Message-----
 On Behalf Of REID Colin
Sent: Tuesday, 17 June 2003 6:29 PM
Subject: Inskip Pt, Qld, 13 - 150603 Part 1

Inskip Pt, Cooloola Nat pk, Qld 13 - 150603
Part 1....
". I stopped to do what I had to do - relive myself... at the side of
the track, and, suddenly, bursting from cover the first of my target

  (This seems to happen so regularly I believe I have a product to
develop. Yes, I am presently working on an amplified tape of zips being
undone and clothes being opened. I believe this will seal my fortune for
ever, all birders will eagerly purchase my 'Twitchers Exposure' CD,
giving me the funds to travel the world and see all those birds I only
dream about!) "

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