Re: Dirty Dozen

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Subject: Re: Dirty Dozen
From: Kit Hansen / Stephen Greenfield <>
Date: Sun, 24 Nov 96 10:13 CST
At 03:46 PM 11/22/96 +0000, you wrote:
>... I've been conducting a spot survey on the 12 hardest Australian 
>birds to see for a forthcoming article in Australian Birding. The 
>replies I have received were too various to form a consensus, so I'd 
>like to throw the question open to birding-aus correspondents.  ...

I wonder if it would make it easier to form a consensus or at least get
comparable opinions if you defined this further: should this include birds
that are locally common and not hard to see in those places, but only in
places that are extremely remote?  How should those be compared to birds
that are widespread and not rare, but very secretive and literally "hard to

For those of us outside Australia who don't get that journal, would you
share the results?  Thanks!

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