What's wrong with this list?

Subject: What's wrong with this list?
From: Steve Clark <>
Date: Sat, 14 Jun 2003 23:53:08 +1000
G'day all

Many folk correctly guessed that I was disturbed by the total lack of wrens, thornbills, scrubwrens, fantails, robins, flycatchers, whistlers, shrike-thrush, weebills, finches ...

We all know that some of these are the birds that seem to be disappearing from our woodlands but I've never been in a forest totally lacking them before. There were so many other birds (honeyeaters and lorikeets) around that I didn't realise what was missing for a while.


Steve Clark
Hamilton, Vic

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