Subject: Lists
From: "Tom Johnson" <>
Date: Tue, 08 Feb 2005 11:34:34 +0930
Hi there,
Just throwing my hat in the ring, as it is an interesting topic.
I don't really keep lists but I have to admit I think it is very strange that birds like the Savanna Nightjar is included on the Australian list because it is a vagrant to Christmas Island. There are many other examples. It seems that only priveleged people can add to this type of list. I don't think just anyone can visit places like Heard or Macquarie Islands. Why isn't the Antarctic territory included?

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