Re: Guide to Birds of Trinidad and Tobago......Richard ffrench

To: Nandini Kuehn <>
Subject: Re: Guide to Birds of Trinidad and Tobago......Richard ffrench
From: (Dr Richard Nowotny)
Date: Thu, 08 May 1997 21:26:36 +1000
Thank you for your kind offer.  I actually have Murphy already (it's very
good, isn't it?).
And Hugo Phillipps has told me that Birds Australia (the RAOU) has a copy of
ffrench I can borrow - so it has worked out well.

>At 21:20 7/05/97 +1000, you wrote:
>>I am off to T&T for a couple of weeks of birding bliss (I hope) at the end
>>of the month.  I cannot obtain a copy of ffrench in Melbourne prior to
>>leaving (Andrew Isles has to get it in from overseas).  I do however have a
>>copy ordered from the Los Angeles Audubon Bookstore which will be waiting
>>for me in San Francisco on my way through the States (I'll be there for a
>>I really would like to do a bit of preparation (more than the SF copy will
>>allow) before I leave.  Does anyone have any suggestions as to where I might
>>be able to borrow a copy for some home study over the next three weeks?
>>Does anyone in Melbourne have a copy they would be prepared to lend me?
>>Richard Nowotny
>I do not have a copy of ffrench, but do have A birder's Guide to Trin. and
>Tobago by Murphy (1987) and would be happy to loan it to you if that is of
>interest.  My home phone is 02-9438-3971 or work is 02-9221-4311.  I found
>Birds of Venezuela (de Schauensee)to be very useful.  Have a good trip.
>Woody Kuehn

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