|To:||Mick Roderick <>|
|Subject:||Re: Preliminary Results for NSW & ACT 2005 Twitchathon|
|Date:||Tue, 1 Nov 2005 14:40:52 +1100|
Apologies to the Victorians - your turn to gloat next week.
Did I say something about a HHB - WOW rivalry developing?
Mick wrote "But the way I look at it, looking at the past two years totals - HHB (220+227) & WOW (218+229)...it's 447 each!"
Mick neglects to mention that WOW had victories in 2001, 2002 and 2003 which I'm sure means that we must surely be ahead on the points table.
I'd be extremely interested in knowing what the TOTAL species tally across all teams might be. While HHB and WOW have similar species counts we are both keenly aware that the routes are different and that we do pick up different birds. Perhaps we should be looking for a corporate (?) sponsor that would be prepared to sponsor the total species seen by all teams. We could well be looking at 300 species. At $10 a species????
David Geering (head Woodswallow)
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