British Twitchers - Canberra times

To: "Deb Colbourne" <>, "" <>, "" <>
Subject: British Twitchers - Canberra times
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Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2013 16:23:45 +1100
Deb, are you suggesting infidelity amongst females of the species? Not unusual 
in either species, I imagine :-)

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: "Deb Colbourne" <>
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Subject: [Birding-Aus] British Twitchers - Canberra times
Date: Wed, Dec 18, 2013 14:49

I have also noticed amongst male UK twitchers their unique display behaviour, 
not in bright plumage but loud vocalisation of birds seen and rarities ticked. 
This seems however to leave the females often unimpressed and liable to seek 
out non compatible species on occasion. <br/>Debbie<br/>(Former UK 
twitchette)<br/> <a 
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