What are the birds you most WANT to record

Subject: What are the birds you most WANT to record
From: Lawrie Conole <>
Date: Tue, 24 Jun 2003 17:27:56 +1000
Graham wrote:

                   Hey nice stats. Surely this is just an attempt to
follow in the best of birding traditions and gloat over the best birds
seen in the course of ones birding. Of course I'm referring to the list
of least recorded birds and what a list it is.
OK - point conceded. But I really am interested in hearing other top 50s. The atlas will take care of the national one - I'm intrigued to see/hear some personal ones.

Cheers, Lawrie

PS: By the way - the list isn't necessarily totally representative of my life list! Some of those seabirds were dead (beachwashed) - but still recorded in a survey :-)

Lawrie Conole
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Ornithology & Terrestrial Ecology

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