Help needed for Tasmania at 23-24 March for Arjan Dwarshuis world record

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Subject: Help needed for Tasmania at 23-24 March for Arjan Dwarshuis world record attempt
From: Justin Jansen <>
Date: Sat, 13 Feb 2016 07:39:30 +0000
Dear all,

On behalve of Arjan Dwarshuis, who is currently undertaking a attempt to break 
the World record of birds seen in a year (6000+). Today he is up to 1057 
species, see here: 
<> and all is well on schedule. He could 
not do this attempt by visiting Australia, and for all locations visited, 
except one (Tasmania),  he has assisting locals found (e.g. Brisbane, Cairns, 
Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth). This guiding will help him to take full 
advantage of the local knowledge he hasn’t and he can get those extra wanted 
species, as every species counts. 

He misses (but had some excellent site descriptions from John Tongue) a person 
who could help him to fetch the extra species when in Tasmania. So my question 
would some-one be willing to help him in Tasmania, and trying to see as much 
species as possible here in the short time he is here. He will be arriving at 
Hobart at 8:40 at 23 March (flight VA770) and will be departing at 24 March at 
20:50 (YY714). So any help would be more then welcome, as every species counts, 
even a day of assisting would help. 

Thanks a lot for you’re help, and please contact me directly and will Arjan 
supply with details,

Justin Jansen

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