Nearly A Bird

To: Helen Larson <>
Subject: Nearly A Bird
From: Richard NOWOTNY <>
Date: Sun, 22 Dec 2013 06:17:24 +0800
If you do get around to identifying them all Helen I think there might be quite 
a number of us on Birding-Aus who would be interested to know what they all 
are. If most readers are like me they will have been both surprised and dazzled 
by the variety and beauty of these remarkable animals.
I look forward to reading their names (both forms) if you are able to do it for 
Regards. Richard

> On 21 Dec 2013, at 1:30 pm, Helen Larson <> wrote:
> If you do need names (scientific and Australian standard) for them let me 
> know.

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