Australian lifelist book?

Subject: Australian lifelist book?
From: Laurence and Leanne Knight <>
Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2000 20:05:56 +1000
Sid and Sharon Genaux wrote:
> Hi everyone,
>     My husband and I are planning a trip to Australia around the first
> week in March.  It will be an open-ended trip; we will stay until we (a.
> get homesick, (b. run out of money, or (c. the visa expires.  That means
> we will be visiting you for up to a year.  I have the Pizzey and Knight
> field guide and Richard and Sarah Thomas' Guide to Finding the Birds of
> Australia.  I am interested in getting a book listing the birds of
> Australia and providing room to note when and where they were seen. Is
> there such a book and where can I get it when I get to Australia.

Simpson and Day's Field Guide to Australian Birds has boxes beside the
text for ticking purposes ...


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