Re: BARC: when either/or seems good enough

To: "Frank O'Connor" <>,
Subject: Re: BARC: when either/or seems good enough
From: "John Harris" <>
Date: Tue, 14 Sep 2004 12:27:43 +1000
Further to Frank's comments, at least having the bird on the list i.e pond 
heron may 
encourage others to observe more closely any unusual birds they may see.  If it 
is not 
on the list then it is more likely to be overlooked as just another unusual 
bird not able 
to be ided. A little bit of awareness may just create a spark that helps 
someone else 
obtain a more positive sighting in future.


John Harris
Year 9 & Environmental Coordinator
Donvale Christian College
03 9844 2471

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