|To:||"Stephen Gross" <>|
|Subject:||Re: Regent Honeyeater/Swift Parrot survey near Orange|
|Date:||Wed, 10 Aug 2005 11:20:56 +1000|
Stephen Gross wrote "I hadn't really expected to find Regents or Swift Parrots".
When Stephen rang me last week I also didn't expect him to find any either but one can only counter with: If you don't search you are never going to find them!
Stephen: YOU LITTLE BEAUTY!!!! I'll be passing through Orange on Sunday. Give me a call - I'd be interested in going out for a look.
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