Re: birding-aus Reedwarblers at Pormpuraaw

To: Michael Todd <>
Subject: Re: birding-aus Reedwarblers at Pormpuraaw
From: Brian Fleming <>
Date: Mon, 15 Mar 1999 10:19:05 +1000

Michael Todd wrote:

> I thought that I might let everyone know (in case anyone was
> interested) the latest with the reedwarblers that are up here at
> Pormpuraaw (western side of Cape York). 
> Michael Todd
> Dear Mick - thanks for data and measurements on your migrating Aust./ 
> Clamorous Reed Warblers. When you say 'No streaks on chest and orange 
> mouths', do you mean they had orange mouths, or that they didn't?

Of course my favourite misprint bird is the Glamorous Reed Warbler
-probably found making an incessant chirp at cocktail parties, as well
as in a list that's been subjected to the spell-checker. Yes, I know
this is highly irrelevant, but I think it's mildly funny!
  Anthea Fleming
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