Tim Dolby <>
Tue, 03 Oct 2000 20:55:44 +1000
You're a hard man, Tim. "A Field Guide to the Birds of Japan" published by the
Wild Bird Society of Japan includes (illustration and text) the "Australian
Bee-eater" Merops ornatus on the basis of one sighting at Miyako Island. Well,
why not? It's a beautiful bird, too!!
Tim Dolby wrote:
> While of the topic of Morcombe, the inclusion of a picture (as opposed to a
> simple reference) of a Flamingo in his Field Guide to Australian Birds is
> somewhat audacious - well done!
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