Tony Keene <>
Mon, 31 Dec 2012 00:46:25 +0000
My Australian birding adventure is now at and end and I'm firmly back in
the cold, dark islands of the North. Looking through the species I've
managed to get +/- presentable photos of on my site, I'm sad that I
didn't quite get the full alphabet - I never got anything for Q, U or
X. I did however, get some 200 species on there, which is nearly half
of what I had on my Australian list over three years (411 - and without
owning a car or driving licence!).
Thanks to everyone who provided advice on here and to everyone who
The connection isn't /entirely/ over, though as I'm still illustrating
Ed Williams' articles for Australian Birdlife Magazine (which is well
worth a look if you're not a subscriber).
Yours in all things small, brown and requiring a panel of experts to
judge its ID,
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