Re: The stirrer

Subject: Re: The stirrer
From: Tony Russell <>
Date: Mon, 16 Mar 1998 10:41:25 +1030
Yes Trevor, the sound of those woodpeckers echoing through the forest was as
magic as hearing Lewin's H/Es echoing through our forests here.

At 12:05 PM 13/03/98 -0000, you wrote:
>Lorne has actually stirred up memories of Dunnocks, Alpine Accentors,
>Wallcreepers,  Green Woodpeckers, Jays, etc.
>Trying to divert the conversation back to birding, I wonder how many other
>Poms out there have got Alpine Accentor and Wallcreeper on their British
>list?  And, brilliant though the Australian avifauna is, which family is
>missed most?  Woodpeckers?
Tony Russell
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