Re: [CALBIRDS] Northern California Pelagic Trips
- At 07:06 PM 2001-07-20 -0700, Al Eisner wrote:
>If this sort of thing is off-topic for the list (I've had a little concernWe're active list owners, but feel that more discussion is usually better.
>about that), the listowners should clarify it.
If we felt this were off topic, we would have said so by now. In fact,
Doug's post this morning encouraged this topic.
Steve <mailto:steve@...>, <mailto:mobile@...>
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- Not to run this thing into the ground (or aground--oops, sorry!), but with
regard to rarities, you might have the old Patagonia Rest Stop syndrome.
More rarities are seen are pelagics trips because more birders go on them.
If more birders take whalewatching trips, whether or not they are "forced"
to by higher prices, it's likely that more rarities will be recorded on
them. Anyway, both kinds of trips can make sense for different folks with
different strokes at different times.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Al Eisner" <eisner@...>
Sent: Friday, July 20, 2001 7:06 PM
Subject: Re: [CALBIRDS] Northern California Pelagic Trips
> WARNING: anyone not interested in this topic should simply stop
> this (admittedly over-long) message; no need to drop out of the mail list!
> If this sort of thing is off-topic for the list (I've had a little concern
> about that), the listowners should clarify it.