birding-aus Mammal twitching

Subject: birding-aus Mammal twitching
From: "Chris Lester"<>
Date: Wed, 28 Jul 1999 16:36:49 +1000

I'm not sure about serious mammal-twitching.  It seems to me that too many
mammals are nocturnal, small and/or hard to identify (except in the hand)
for this "sport" to really catch on.  Birds seem much more suited to
twitching, listing or observing, depending on your taste.

 However, your proposed book sounds terrific.  I look forward to buying one
late in 2001.  Please keep us posted on progress.


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