Bogey birds: the biggest dip

Subject: Bogey birds: the biggest dip
From: Mark Stanley <>
Date: Fri, 25 Nov 2011 15:19:41 +0800
The problem with bogey birds is that they are (hopefully) temporary. But
even when finally seen, and that glaring gap is filled, you can still look
at your lifelist chronologically and revisit the anomalies. I managed to
see 564 species in Australia before my first Fuscous Honeyeater. I was
wondering if I could get to 600 without it....
Mark Stanley

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