New Aussie Bird List - Bogey Birds

To: "'Dave Torr'" <>, "'John Harris'" <>
Subject: New Aussie Bird List - Bogey Birds
From: "Bob Cook" <>
Date: Thu, 24 Nov 2011 12:09:24 +1100
Dave, understandably, has a couple of mind-bogglers.  For me it's
Carpentarian Grasswren & Ground Parrot!

Bob Cook

-----Original Message-----
 On Behalf Of Dave Torr
Sent: Thursday, 24 November 2011 11:59 AM
To: John Harris
Cc: Birding Aus
Subject: New Aussie Bird List - Bogey Birds

Only two John - that is very good!F or a long time my list included
Chestnut Rail and Fernwren - now I think it is White-throated Grasswren and
Buff-breasted Button-quail

On 24 November 2011 11:02, John Harris

> No, No!! Keep going with the additions, 700 is looking a little closer
> with each one :-)
> Any advances on Western Shrike-tit??
> One more suggestion for the twitchers list on Tony's website, how about
> a column with the title "Bogey Bird"? Every twitcher must have one, they
> haven't sen despite numerous attempts! I have two - Masked Owl (have
> heard them but not seen them) and Franklins Gull (keeps disappearing the
> day before I get to look for it).
> It would be interesting to see what others consider their bogey
> birds..
> Yours in all things "green"
> Regards
> John Harris
> 0409 090 955
> President, Field Naturalists Club of Victoria (FNCV)


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