British Twitchers - Canberra times

To: "Ian May" <>, "Tony Russell" <>
Subject: British Twitchers - Canberra times
From: "" <>
Date: Tue, 17 Dec 2013 12:21:02 +1100
Nothing wrong with sitting at home watching the cricket hoping to see a vagrant 
pommy duck or two. Actually we've seen a few this summer including a couple of 
northern snickers c.f northern shoveller and a Cook's Golden Duck :-)

Gotta love summer!!

Yours in all things "green"

John Harris
Croydon, Vic
Owner - Wildlife Experiences
Nature Photographer
Wildlife Guide


President, Field Naturalists Club of Victoria

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From: "Ian May" <>
To: "Tony Russell" <>
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Subject: [Birding-Aus] British Twitchers - Canberra times
Date: Tue, Dec 17, 2013 11:34

No matter what the weather, they won't be home watching the cricket 
during the ashes series  They have to do something to get out of the 
house and it could lead to a spike in rare bird reports.

Tony Russell wrote:

>I think some of us are just as fanatical here in Oz.  All in the name of
>conservation though, nothing to do with egos.  Hic.
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> On Behalf Of Chris Charles
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>Subject: [Birding-Aus] British Twitchers - Canberra times
>Apologies if this was previously posted.
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