winter is close

To: "wendy" <>
Subject: winter is close
From: "Philip Veerman" <>
Date: Sat, 12 Mar 2005 16:01:49 -0800
Surely you mean "up here", rather than "down here". Thedbo is a lot higher,
even than Canberra, and isn't that the point of noting a difference between
"here" and "there". The north/south issue is hardly important. At this time
of year the Olive-backed Oriole will be passing through. They are common
summer migrants to forest & woodland in SE Australia.


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