brian fleming <>
RFI Night Parrot
Trevor Hampel <>
Mon, 19 Feb 2007 11:10:20 +1030
Anthea Fleming wrote:
Trouble is you can't use binoculars when on board an animal - always
some movement as it breathes and shifts slightly.
I had the same problem birding on the back of an elephant in Thailand
Had no trouble identifying a rhino though.
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