birding-aus kiwis?

Subject: birding-aus kiwis?
Date: Tue, 17 Aug 99 7:52:45 AM

Looking for that unique gift for that Bird fancier?..To celebrate the Millenium 
in the first country to 
see the sun we have crafted 2000 limited edition,museum quality,life-size 
replicas of the first bird to 
see the sun in the new year.These come in an attractive perspex case with a 
gold plated plaque with 
its number (eg 153/2000) and a certificate of authenticity,for a closer 
look..please visit

           The New Zealand Kiwi is one of the most unusual birds in the 
world,its flightless,stubby body
carrying it through the undergrowth where it feeds on insects and makes its 
nest make it a
 fascinating creature to know. Sadly it is also endangered. Part of our income 
from these sales will go to the Kuaotunu Kiwi Sanctuary
in Mercury Bay..
These birds make an attractive addition to any bird fanciers mantelpiece and 
would also make an
an interesting corporate gift for those overseas investors. Already satisfied 
clients are : The prime minister
of NZ has one in her office..and the mayor of Los Angeles was presented with 
one during a sister city visit recently.
So get one before they run out!

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