Wondering about Aussie native birders and which group of birds were your
"Donald G. Kimball" <>
Wondering about Aussie native birders and which group of birds were your most challenging.
James Mustafa <>
Wed, 17 Jun 2015 06:51:51 +0000
Surely those bloody commic terns have got to be up there!
All the best,
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> On 17 Jun 2015, at 4:47 pm, Donald G. Kimball <> wrote:
> As a traveler to Aus and one who just loves your country and birds I was
> recently wondering which group of birds caused the most work in learning
> among my mates on birding-aus.
> For me it has been the honeyeaters. I love this group of birds but yet I
> find there are so many of them and I am constantly studying field guides to
> brush up and enhance my skills these days to make accurate and good
> identifications when I come back. Good example is White-naped vs
> Strong-billed vs White-throated.
> What group have caused you the most work/research? Just wondering.
> Don Kimball
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