Re: Birding-aus equivalents in North America

To: (Dr Richard Nowotny)
Subject: Re: Birding-aus equivalents in North America
From: "David McDonald" <>
Date: Thu, 8 May 1997 09:21:12 +1000
If you have web access, you cannot do better than peruse the links at 
the fine web site Fugleskue Birdwatch:  
>From the home page (above) follow the links Birdmail / mailing lists.

A search under 'bird'  at will provide details 
on how to subscribe to the various lists.

Date:          Wed, 07 May 1997 21:30:25 +1000
> To:            
> From:           (Dr Richard Nowotny)
> Subject:       Birding-aus equivalents in North America

> Obviously there are equivalent systems to our very own birding-aus in North
> America.  I would like to know what there is and how to get access to the
> network - not to subscribe and receive all the correspondence but to be able
> to ask an occasional birding-related question of the members of the network.
> Can anyone help me?  Right at the moment I'm particularly looking for
> something covering participants in northern California and Nevada, but I'm
> interested in any available North American "chat-lines", including those for
> Canada.
> While I'm at it, does anyone know of any similar systems which can be
> accessed for other countries?
> Regards
> Richard Nowotny
David McDonald
PO Box 1355, Woden ACT 2606, Australia
Tel. +61 6 231 8904;  Fax. +61 6 249 0740

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