Non- twitcher in Alice

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Subject: Non- twitcher in Alice
From: Julie Neumann <>
Date: Fri, 10 May 2013 09:23:52 +1000
We were really chuffed to hear of such an exciting event happening while we were in Alice. After soul searching, I decided against trying to see the poor misguided creature. Werner took no persuading. I like Mick Roderick's suggestion that it may be fattening up for a return journey and I really hope it makes it. Alice is experiencing a plague of feral cats in town at present, so it will have more than wrong habitat and directional problems to contend with. We are returning to Alice after a few days in the West MacDonnells, where I still didn't manage to see a Dusky Grasswren in natural habitat. (The experience of watching them at the Desert Life Park in Alice was wonderful.) It had occurred to me we could visit the now famous B&B and twitch a few of the "whose who" in the twitching community. I am very disappointed to hear that you are definitely not coming Tony. That certainly puts a damper on the excitement and we probably won't even try for the possibility of rubbing shoulders with the elite. Hats off to Chris Watson and his friends Will and Anne for making this event known.

Werner and Julie Neumann,
 Happy Wanderers
 We still call Blue Mountains home
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