"Innes, Angus" <>
Mon, 5 Feb 2018 07:56:54 +0000
Dear Birding-Aus correspondents, please don't forget Australia is a big
country, in an even bigger world. The post by Elizabeth re the HL White Egg
Collection did not contain the name of the museum at which it was on display,
nor the words Victoria or Melbourne. Had to Google to find out that it appears
to be the Melbourne Museum. It is so easy to forget, but locational information
is vital to so much birding info.
(Wim Valder's delightful contributions never fail to keep Tromso, Norway, on
the mental map.)
Angus Innes (London).
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