2004 Twitchathon

Subject: 2004 Twitchathon
From: (Russell Woodford)
Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2004 15:20:56 +1100
Nice going, Greg!  You picked up some great birds in a very respectable debut 

Lucky you weren't in Victoria - I don't think they let us count Magpie-Goose 
down here.


"Greg Clancy" <> on Mon, 1 Nov 2004 15:09:07 +1100 wrote:
> Well it seems that my attempt to rattle the Hunter and Central Coast 
> Twitchathon teams failed to hit the mark with them scooping the pools again.  
> We got a modest 195 but considering it was all within the one catchment and 
> we were a new team I am quite happy with the result.  Nonetheless I am 
> repairing my horse whip for next year to squeeze that little bit extra from 
> the team - including me.
> We did get quality however with Bush Stone-Curlew, Rufous Scrub-bird,  Magpie 
> Goose, Brolga, Pied Oystercatcher, Sooty Oystercatcher, Coastal Emu, 
> Comb-crested Jacana, Glossy Black-Cockatoo, Grey-crowned Babbler, Paradise 
> Riflebird and Regent Bowerbird.  We started the list with our totem - the 
> Black-necked Stork.
> So the planning for next year has started.  See you in 2005!
> Greg Clancy
> Head Stalker
> Black-necked Stalkers

Russell Woodford
Learning Technologies Administrator
Sacred Heart College Geelong

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