Why questions aren't answered and what to doabout it (was: Disappearing

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Subject: Why questions aren't answered and what to doabout it (was: Disappearing Crescent Honeyeaters)
From: "Peter Waanders" <>
Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2001 10:14:16 +0930
Perhaps the question regarding the Mount Lofty Spotted Quail-thrush was not
answered because no-one knows the answer?
I am pleased that someone has taken it on a quest to find this supposedly
extinct (sub?)-species, and I hope it will lead to some positive news, but
reality is it hasn't been recorded for many years so perhaps among this
group there simply isn't anyone able to answer these very specific
No need to get parochial about it or starting the name-calling game again,
Dave. And BTW, a few days ago I posted a message in which I wrote about my
sighting of 4 SQT's near Canberra.


Peter Waanders

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