Re: Political Outliers

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Subject: Re: Political Outliers
From: "HSO Ecology" <>
Date: Sat, 8 Jan 2005 12:14:37 +1100
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From: Graham Labrooy <>
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CC: HSO Ecology <>; Lucas Grenadier
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Sent: Fri Jan 07 16:14:07 2005
Subject: Political Outliers

Hi Birders,

I am only fairly new to birdwatching in this country (being from India)
have been fortunate enough to make many travels around Australia,
many new birds for my growing Australian list. I am about to take a trip
Santiago, Chile, and was wondering if "political outlier" ticks include
Australian embassies in overseas countries, such as in Chile? I think
would be okay, as I understand that Australian species can be ticked in
places such as Christmas and Cocos Islands, and I think in some
territories in the Antarctic Ocean. These places are only linked to
Australia in a political sense (i.e. not an ecological sense), so this
why I am wondering.

Thanking you for any feedback,


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