Birders, Brits and stats

To: Ed Williams <>
Subject: Birders, Brits and stats
From: Dave Torr <>
Date: Wed, 2 Jan 2013 08:00:44 +1100
I think you are right Ed - there must be areas the size of the UK that
rarely see a birder - especially in the wet season. How many Grey-headed
Lapwings (or similar) are in remote country towns waiting to be seen? How
many Hoopoes secretly holiday in the north of WA far from prying eyes?

On 1 January 2013 21:05, Ed Williams <> wrote:

> Hi Dom, Dave, Julian and all - and a very Happy New Year!
> <>
> I would suspect if there were the same density of Birders in Australia as
> the UK there would also be significantly more than 850 on the Aussie list.
>  However I am obviously unable to prove this statement :)

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