Re: birding-aus Deathly reincarnations.

Subject: Re: birding-aus Deathly reincarnations.
From: "jon wren" <>
Date: Fri, 26 Mar 1999 03:13:18 PST

Wedge-tailed Eagle and Powerful Owl certainly strong individuals in the 
birdworld. With a nickname of Jenny I think I would prefer to return as 
a Malurus preferably amabilis.

>From: "S Cooney" <>
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>To: "birding-aus" <>
>Subject: Re: birding-aus Deathly silence
>Date: Fri, 26 Mar 1999 13:52:31 +1000
>The silence is interesting isn't it, perhaps enough's been said.
>On a brighter note, someone a few weeks back said they would like to 
>back as a Powerful Owl.
>Yesterday I watched three Wedge Tailed Eagles over the Cardinia 
>in Victoria.  They soared around so gracefully and really seemed to be
>enjoying the last of Victorias winter warmth.  I watched them for about 
>hour when I should have been studying and would've got some great 
>had I bought my camera with me.
>I'll put in my vote for coming back as one of these fabulous beasts.
>Stuart Cooney
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