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Late to the party ... Sharon's first attempt


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Congrats on reaching 200, a magnificent total to end on :rolleyes:

I particularly liked the Barking Owl, a shot to make @Galana jealous

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Moving on, I was a bit disappointed I didn't get more new species than I did, but here are the rest.   137) Northern Rosella - Umbrawarra Gorge Nature Park, Northern Territory, Australia

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Congrats on #200 Sharon, well done! Such a good thing you joined the Big Year. So many beautiful photos, and I especially enjoy learning about all these unfamiliar birds. 

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10 hours ago, Soukous said:

I particularly liked the Barking Owl, a shot to make @Galana jealous

 

:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

4 hours ago, michael-ibk said:

Congrats on #200 Sharon, well done! Such a good thing you joined the Big Year. So many beautiful photos, and I especially enjoy learning about all these unfamiliar birds. 

Thanks @michael-ibk

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Zim Girl

Congratulations reaching 200 in your first year!

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