On the Web
R D Woodford <>
Wed, 19 Mar 1997 19:50:46 +1100
A couple of newish birding sites have appeared on the web and they are
CERTAINLY worth a look...
Niven McCrie's Birds of Darwin (and nearby islands belonging to a
country I don't usually mention due to their difficulty treating some of
their people fairly) is an EXCELLENT SITE with some very helpful local
info for finding birds. This is a great site for any potential Web
developer to explore! Congratulations, Niven, and please accept my
apologies for slinging off at our northern neighbours.
Tania Ireton, another regular birding-aus contributor, has put up a site
for BAYBOCA - the Bayside BOCA group - at
The RAOU's virtual emu is looking better and better at
I've made a few tiny changes to the BIRDING-AUS pages at
There are new CONSERVATION links and an update (sadly) for Point
Now that we can do our Footy Tipping and Dream Teams via the Web (I
won't waste space with those addresses!) perhaps we should be making the
birding-aus site more interactive. Please send me your ideas. Should
we have some competitions (for fun only!) or challenges? Are there
special projects we can join or initiate to help a few birds? Let's
have some ideas to keep things moving as we approach Easter.
Bye and happy birding
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