Push bike birding and kind thoughts

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Subject: Push bike birding and kind thoughts
From: Penn Gwynne <>
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2003 16:59:30 -0800 (PST)

G'day Tim and all,

I've recently had more then one enquiry into doing a pushbike birding tour. I think I will start this for a Hastings to Crib Point bird ride, more then likely the first sunday of each month ...... using the new beaut council facilities.

I was wondering Tim and all, do you? or any others of the worlds best email list know of local people within your own residential area that hire out push bikes for overseas birdos? an Oz phone number and exact business location would be great.

Cars are good but you can "Seymour" from a push bike eh ....

Thanking you all ...... Happy JAG with Eggy and Nay~Fen in training.

P.S. Unca Tones do think there might be a connection between the Stints at Pen's rice and the new colour coded footy umpires? did you get their number? anyway the limp was "moore" then likely caused by kicking the goal(post).

Tones texterd:

Whilst at Penrice this afternoon I noticed a particular group of 15 Red-necked Stints. Ten of the fifteen had orange flags on the left leg. The strange thing was that all of the flagged birds were limping whilst the other five were OK.  
Any thoughts?

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