|To:||Baus Aus <>|
|Subject:||Desert Birder Death|
|Date:||Thu, 09 Oct 2008 05:59:48 +0800|
This morning the SMH is reporting the fatality of a birder
Now the righteous outcries will begin about how he should not have gone on his own, should have hired an EPIRB & satellite phone, should have filed a trip plan, what a fool he was, etc.
But before that starts I would just like to say that from what I can conjecture from the news so far, he took a risk for his passion, it ended badly, but he died living.
I admire him & hope he found the grasswren.
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