Re: birding-aus (Fwd) african impressions.Natal3

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Subject: Re: birding-aus (Fwd) african impressions.Natal3
From: Ros Laundon <>
Date: Thu, 04 Nov 1999 13:24:15 +1000
Hello Anthea,

I like your concise expression "...out in inner canopy."  It may seem a bit 
formulaic but I
think a short list of such expressions would be helpful.  Thanks also for your 


Brian Fleming wrote:

> Ros Laundon wrote:
> > ..the gift of describing where a bird is in such a way, that one
> > can actually find it, a gift that is quite rare even among professional 
> > bird guides...
> > > Has anyone produced a list of helpful phrases to describe location?
> > Regards,
> > Ros Laundon.

> Re Describing where a bird actually is -
>  ...bird about 9 o'clock out in inner canopy.
>  ...You must start with something unmistakable or they may
> be as much as 60 degrees out!...
> Anthea Fleming in Melbourne

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