birding-aus Christmas Contest ....

To: "John Gamblin" <>, <>
Subject: birding-aus Christmas Contest ....
From: "Philip A Veerman" <>
Date: Fri, 26 Nov 1999 19:46:33 +1100
Well John, it all depends on what you mean by "IN" (all at the same time?),
let alone what you mean by "WADER", then there is the issue of what you mean
by "AUSTRALIA", there is even the issue of what you mean by "SPECIES" (is
Cox's Sandpiper a species?). Sorry John, I'm not touching that one. Your
question deserves a big prize but is their really any one single answer?
With so many questions in your question John, your question at least
deserved a "?" at the end.

-----Original Message-----
From: John Gamblin <>
To: All <>
Date: Friday, 26 November 1999 17:19
Subject: birding-aus Christmas Contest ....

>Along the same lines as the Trivia Twitch Teasers ...
>I have some small gifts to give away as prizes for a
>trivia quiz, you may wish to think of them as
>something to lighten your night or to help you to
>catch you with your Christmas card mail-out .... just
>a small pressie.
>I do have quite a few of them, so here goes with
>question one of seven.
>How many species of waders do we have in Australia.
>Sorry I know it's friday, normal rules apply first in
>best dressed, one winner to each quiz question.

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