|Subject:||Thanks and the SIPO|
|From:||Michael Whitehead <>|
|Date:||Sun, 4 Jan 2004 16:37:58 +1100 (EST)|
Thankyou all for the warm welcome to the list and the helpful replies to my newbie queries. Now that I know I can get good answers from you helpful people I thought I'd ask another.
What is the significance of the SIPO? I checked out Robert Inglis' great photo guide and found that interesting. I live very close to the Entrance so have the opportunity to see this bird. I can't find anything in my field guide (lastest ed. Simpson and Day) about the SIPO. Where are they from? How often do we see them in Australia?
Thanks for any info.
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