A list from 20 years ago today

Subject: A list from 20 years ago today
From: Victoria Quinton <>
Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2009 16:21:24 -0800 (PST)

 Hello all,
  Has anyone good additional links for the books, in terms of pictures which 
are online now?

 Is somebody creating wikipedia entries?

 I notice that some of the ones I looked at had been created this year, which 
is yet young.  
I happened upon a bird list which was from 20 years ago today.  It was on the 
Mornington Peninsula.
  I do not have the exact co-ordinates for the area. I am adding links for the 
benefit of those unfamiliar with the birds.
  Eastern Yellow Robin  
Grey Shrike Thrush  
  [I chose this option because it mentioned goldsmiths.  The area
mentioned may be in fire danger.  It is near where some of the major
bushfires were ]
Grey Fantail  
  [I do not think I had taken in the fact of its having a Maori name too ]
Blue Wren  
The book by Pauline Reilley which was an award-winner, is probably available 
I think she wrote about the Western Australian variety of the Blue Wren though
Brown Thornbill  
Red-browed Firetail (sometimes Finch instead of Firetail)
New Holland Honeyeater  
  Crimson Rosella  
  White Naped Honeyeater  
  Crested Shrike Tit       [no snickering please;)]  
Eastern Rosella  
Spotted Pardalote  
Golden Whistler  

  Victoria Quinton
 Victoria, Australia

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