Sad to hear of the passing of John Clarke. I’d long been a fan of his unique brand of satire, first encountering him as Fred Dagg (using the classic intro “errr, yeah g’day”) on 3-RRR radio in the late 70’s or early 80’s. Of course he was already well known in his native New Zealand . . . → Read More: John Clarke
Just wondering if anyone’s had any experiences with the bird guide apps that are currently available for iPads? I’m considering Pizzey and Knights Birds of Australia and/or the Morcombe and Stewart Guide to Birds of Australia
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and 2 Willy Wagtails running around my inner west Sydney back yard and flitting about without a care at 2pm. Too chilly and damp for cats too pose a danger. Bit of aggro between the two Willies. The sparrows kept a lookout though. Sent from my iPhone
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Sad to notice that John Clarke, birder and noted satirist, seems to have passed away while hiking in Victoria’s Gariwerd NP (a.k.a the Grampians).
John was occasionally seen birding at the WTP. Russell and I met him once ticking a Baillon’s Crake.
That’s sad, and certainly unexpected.
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