Re: BA Atlas

To: "David Geering" <>, <>
Subject: Re: BA Atlas
From: "Trevor Hampel" <>
Date: Mon, 3 Aug 1998 21:07:14 +0930
My first bird recorded for the new Atlas was Australian Magpie carolling at
some ungodly hour - I didn't add to the list for some hours because I
immediately went back to sleep! My attitude will need something of a shift
of priorities now that we are in Atlas mode.

Are we in Atlas mode??  Haven't received any record sheets etc yet.

Trevor Hampel
Murray Bridge
South Australia

> From: David Geering <>
> To: 
> Subject: BA Atlas
> Date: Monday, 3 August 1998 8:30
> 5-45 AM Saturday morning, 1 August, Eltham, outer north-east suburb of
> Melbourne.  Lying in bed trying to determine how long I can stay there
> before I run a chance of missing my flight to sunny, and relatively
> Sydney.
> The first bird recorded in the all new, fully modernised, Birds Australia
> ATLAS was Laughing Kookaburra, followed by Australian Magpie.  I was
> somewhat relieved that my first two birds were not Blackbird and Common
> Myna as I expected (these were 3 and 4 respectively).

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