More Mystery Birds...

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Subject: More Mystery Birds...
From: Trevor Hardaker <>
Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2001 08:56:09 +0200
Hi there,

We need your expert help again. We have added 2 more mystery birds to our
website at which we would like your opinions

The first bird is a raptor that was photographed near Ellisras in the north
of South Africa. We would suspect that some of our European and Middle
Eastern surfers might have the answer to this one.

The second bird is a starling photographed in Maun in Botswana and may be of
particular interest to some of our African surfers, or anyone for that
matter that has experience of African birds.

Looking forward to hearing form you.

Kind Regards
Trevor and John
Trevor Hardaker and John Graham
Cape Town, South Africa

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