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|Subject:||*From the Heart* competition|
|From:||Penn Gwynne <>|
|Date:||Sun, 22 Jun 2003 21:28:07 -0700 (PDT)|
Don't forget Ozzies the next episode of this brilliant series "From the Heart" is especially if you like whales and birds. Okay here's the competition ... I've got many prizes to give away to the first 10 correct entries. Competition replies to and I'm not judging them.
They colour our world competition ?..
Which colour appears on thee chest feathers of a male "Cardinalis cardinalis"
What is thee chest feather colouring of an adult male "Nyctea scandiaca"
What is thee predominant colouring of an adult male "Sialia currucoides"
Which single word best describes the colours of a "Trichoglossus haematodus"
What is thee tail feather colour of both an adult male and adult female "Psephotus haematonotus"
What is thee chest feather colouring of an adult male "Pachycephala pectoralis"
How many colours appear on the head of a "Fratercula arctica"
What is the the main colouring agent found in wild bird feathers
What is colour seen on the back of an adult male "Alca torca"
What birds feature on the recently released philatic first day cover of thee "Cocos Islands" (4 postage stamps)
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