Re: birding-aus Re: Colour-changes in Regent

To: "Denyse C" <>, <>
Subject: Re: birding-aus Re: Colour-changes in Regent
From: Goodfellow <>
Date: Fri, 11 Jun 99 14:05:18 +0930
You wrote
now it's my turn to apologise,  I just thought you may be amused to know 
that you had me going like a yo-yo.  I apreciate that the real point of 
comment was in relation to the fate of the species, well for what it's 
worth, I think that every single detail is vital.  The literature is 
with false assumptions because of details not recorded, details assumed 
the time to be irrelevant.

Denyse Cusack

As an artist I have similar problems with false assumptions and missing 
details.  I have a large collection of photos of bits of birds to deal 
with this problem.  I used to have a large collection of dead birds in my 
freezer until a long dead well-rotted Tawny Frogmouth (its feet which I 
needed for a drawing were still intact)  fell onto a Black Forest Cake 
and its feet became frozen in the cream. 

Denise Goodfellow 
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