Are we birders, twitchers etc a rare species or what

To: Bruce Roubin <>
Subject: Are we birders, twitchers etc a rare species or what
From: Laurie & Leanne Knight <>
Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2001 22:05:04 +1000
I agree with Tony, Bruce.  It comes down to where you go birding and
whether you are paying attention to people.

If you go to the birding hotspots [eg Daintree River, Sherwood
Arboretum, Swan River mud flats, various sewage treatment plants, Bill
Jolly's back yard, or any place known to be a SIPO haunt] you can't move
without tripping over someone with a scope or nocs.

That said, birdo's tend to be sedentary types, so they are not often
found great distances from a road.  This may explain why I rarely see
them while atlassing.

Regards, Laurie.
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