|To:||(Richard Johnson), Steve Popple <>, Birding-Aus Mail <>|
|Subject:||Lucky to go to Ashmore Reef|
|From:||Tony Palliser <>|
|Date:||Wed, 25 Oct 2000 22:36:58 +1000|
A list can be arranged once we have worked them all out! I will keep you informed of the outcome. A few more things I didn't mention included some of the great sightings around Broome the day after we returned. eg Barn Swallow, Long-toed Stint, Pectoral Sandpiper, Ruff, Australian Bustard, Yellow Chat even Irrawaddy Dolphin (what a mammal tick that is) the list just goes on and on.
We even have a butterfly list for those that are interested
At 10/25/00 +1000, Richard Johnson wrote:
I wasn't all that impressed: eight days in the sea-snake capital of the world and not one mention of a sea-snake! Some people are just too single-minded.
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