Peter Morgan <>
Birds in Backyards
Carl Clifford <>
Fri, 24 Oct 2014 11:39:14 +1100
Perhaps people should use the old Mk1 notebook and pen to record the sightings
and then carefully enter the sightings into the app.
> On 24 Oct 2014, at 10:59, Peter Morgan <> wrote:
> There has been some comment about glaring errors in lists submitted. Having
> just done one, I can understand that these were most probably unintentional.
> For example, we almost submitted the Forty-spotted Pardalote because that got
> tapped when entering the Spotted Pardalote. Trying to keep up with the
> caller, there were a couple of other mistakes that I had to correct.
> I checked the postcode 2463 (lower Clarence area, NSW) and found the
> Black-backed Butcherbird and Blue-breasted Fairy Wren. I would suggest these
> were entry errors rather than misidentification or lack of experience (and
> certainly not mischievous!).
> Just as a matter of interest, a pair of Pacific Baza were observed in our
> twenty minutes. A few years ago, we had a pair nesting on our block, which
> brought three eggs to formed chicks before the nest was blown down in a
> severe storm. This was reported in Australian Field Ornithology, Vol 23,
> number 3, Sep 2010. The behaviour this morning was suspicious. Having only
> arrived back yesterday after some months away, we can't suggest anything more
> on this at the moment.
> Peter and Bev Morgan
> The conservation battle is never finally won; the development battle is.
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