Hummingbird in Australia?

To: Colin Driscoll <>
Subject: Hummingbird in Australia?
From: Dave Torr <>
Date: Sat, 3 Sep 2005 09:14:44 +1000
Sure - they occur in lots of places. But given the increasing Americanisation of our culture it seemed appropriate!

On 9/3/05, Colin Driscoll <> wrote:

Why American??
My daughter was on the Greek island of Santorini a few weeks ago and watched
a hummingbird there.


Colin Driscoll

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Well - as our leader seems to think we are an American colony this is only
to be expected?

On 9/3/05, John Leonard <> wrote:
> I note that in the online edition of this morning's SMH, the link to
> the Birds in My Backyard story is accompnaied by a thumbnail of a
> hummingbird=

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