Re: Bird Listing Areas

Subject: Re: Bird Listing Areas
Date: Fri, 8 Sep 1995 13:30:05 -0400
Russell Woodford asked:
>Can anyone else think of little bits of countries that turn up >in
unexpected places?

Cyprus: the UK retained sovereignty over parts of Cyprus where they maintain
a military base; the main road from Limassol to Paphos goes right through it.

Namibia: There is a part of South Africa right in the middle of Namibia on
the Atlantic coast.

>And who can boast the most obscure 'national' list?
What will happen with my Hong Kong list in 97. Will it go with the UK list or
the China list... or worse become totally "obscured";-)

Jean-Claude Simard, 
Hollywood Beach, Florida

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