Final thoughts

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Subject: Final thoughts
From: Tony Keene <>
Date: Mon, 31 Dec 2012 00:46:25 +0000
Evening all,

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 offered lifts! 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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