reporting more common birds

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Subject: reporting more common birds
From: "kev" <>
Date: Sun, 4 Mar 2007 09:42:47 +1100
hi all

after reoprting wtnt's for mike t, i wondered what other birdsi should be
reporting. oviously anything rare, endangered or out of range, but are there
any other "special " birds like WTNT i should be reporting

Kev :)

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