Best Bird of the World

To: 'Baus' <>
Subject: Best Bird of the World
From: Peter Shute <>
Date: Thu, 8 Dec 2011 09:15:49 +1100
If there's a best bird in the world to see, is there a worst bird in the world 
to see? Is there a bird one just shouldn't bother with?

Peter Shute

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> Gunnar Engblom
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> Happy Holidays to all from sunny Lima, Peru.
> Please forgive my crossposting to various lists.
> Which is the Ultimate bird of the world? The one bird that 
> every birder
> should try to see no matter what?

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