I think you will find that PO is Powerful Owl not Pied Oystercatcher. (I do
agree with everyone though)
For what it¹s worth I used to see the Powerful Owl in the Royal Botanic
Gardens often roosting in the biggest tree(I suck at botany) right next to
the gates on Macquarie st (immediately south or uphill of the Conservatorium
of Music). I saw it 3 or 4 times a year or 2 ago while photographing
weddings there. Haven¹t seen them for 6 months though.
North Rocks, Sydney
On 29/1/06 9:54 PM, "Chris Sanderson" <> wrote:
> I think Ricki was trying to make that point exactly. Non-Sydneyites (like me)
> were probably totally bemused by the use of RBG, and some people might have
> missed the significance of PO for Pied Oystercatcher.
> On 1/29/06, Paul Taylor <> wrote:
>> Despite being somewhat familiar with the Sydney Royals Botanic Gardens and
>> surrounds, even I can't unravel some of these directions!
>> Acronyms are fine, but please ensure that any acronym that you care to use
>> is defined in the first instance e.g.:
>> There is one there, also one down by the QVB (Queen Victoria Building.)
>> That should ensure that both the illuminati and the plebs know what it is
>> that you're on about.
>> Paul Taylor Veni, vidi, tici -
>> I came, I saw, I ticked