Christmas Greetings

Male Flame Robin, Mt. Macedon, Victoria

Christmas Greetings to all of my wonderful readers.

I really appreciate the many hundreds of readers who access this site on a daily basis. I also appreciate the many people who take the time and make an effort to leave comments and questions.

I also appreciate the many readers who help each other out by answering their birding questions. I’ve had a very busy year finishing my Masters degree, so my time has been severely limited. Everyone’s help has been wonderful in keeping me sane. Now that I’ve finished my degree I can devote more time to this site once again. 2011 and beyond will be better than ever.

I trust that you all have a great celebration over Christmas. Today I will just show a few of my favourite photos.

Australian Pelicans, Mallacoota, Victoria

Eastern Rosella in our garden

Blue-faced Honeyeater


4 Responses to “Christmas Greetings”

  1. Snail says:

    Is it too late to wish you merry Christmas? If not, merry Christmas! If it is … Ooh, look over there! *sound of footsteps, doors slamming and car tyres squealing*

  2. John Tongue says:

    Hi Trevor,
    A very happy and holy (belated) Christmas to you and your family, too.
    Would there be a vacancy at your “caravan park” for the evenings of February 12 and 13 next year?? We’ll be on our way back from WA. Would be good to catch up, do some birding, and go to church with you, too, if that suits??

    We’ll be through Murray Bridge in a few days time, too, heading west, but we won’t be overnight that time.

    Cheers, Trevor,
    John Tongue

  3. Trevor says:

    Thanks Snail – not too late at all.

    Oh dear – with your sudden departure I didn’t have time to point out the resident Night Parrot in our scrub!

  4. Trevor says:

    Thanks John. I trust you also had a great Christmas.

    Those dates are fine with us – I’ve sent a separate email with more details, including phone number which I don’t want to put here. Not that this stops people phoning me – I’ve had at least 3 calls about birds recently from complete strangers who tracked me down via my blog. All nice people too.

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