|Subject:||This sunday ....|
|From:||John Gamblin <>|
|Date:||Thu, 23 Oct 2003 20:58:28 -0700 (PDT)|
Wevver oar knot ewe want to do it as a "Twitchathon" participation event JAG is walking the Hastings boardwalk and invites you to join him, come rain, hail or shine.
This sunday 26th., October 2003 at 9am.
He has three umbrella's if needed. (2 large, 1 small) Tim Tams and coffee is supplied. His walk is planned to start at the Hastings pier at 9am and will slowly meander down to the Crib Point rail station, following the Western Port Boardwalk along the way. Last time he did this walk it yielded 108 bird species. He hopes this sunday way yield about 120 bird species?
So why not come on down and join the "Mornington Muggin Magpies" and help out any WAY THAT YOU SO WISH but better still see the world and many of it's inhabitants.
Open invite for Andrew Stafford and Alan Morris to knock his block off :^D>>>
Gee Min you should see my mussels.
Whereas the JAG makes a deep hooting 'ooroo' before swooping. Normally harmless as it swats its targets with his beard. But beware of parasites ....
Psssst Pssst Don't you mean palace sites MIN? Oh yes I'll bring aerogard for all.
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