Magpie destroyed

To: "birds" <>
Subject: Magpie destroyed
From: Paul Foxworthy <>
Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 14:02:33 +1100
At 11:31 AM 16/03/2001 +1030, Tony Russell wrote:

I wonder if they also got the Crow on Phillip Island which hasn't been seen
since Australia Day?  I got there just in time. ( No, no, don't tell me I
can't tick it, please, not that again)

'Allo 'allo, what do we have here then? <shines light in face> Who was the last birder to see this Crow alive then? What were your precise movements on that day? You've been overheard saying that you'd be very happy if the Crow was never seen again after you'd finished with it...



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