re: missing migrants

Subject: re: missing migrants
From: Mark Carter <>
Date: Fri, 29 Oct 2010 02:22:08 +0100 (BST)
I guess the picture emerging from these posts neatly illustrates why species 
absence is just as important as presence from the point of view of 
understanding our unique nomadic avifauna on a wider landscape level. Atlas 
records form this year are going to be very interesting!
As Chris says, we have got your birds out here in the wet Red Centre and they 
are having a lovely time! As I look out my window in Alice the clouds are 
gathering again so you non-desert birders might not get them back for a while 
Mark Carter
DesertLife: Bird Guiding, Wildlife Surveys & Consultancy in Australia's Red 
CentreT ++61 (0) 

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