birding-aus Re: [UKBN] Trip Reports Repository - Central America

Subject: birding-aus Re: [UKBN] Trip Reports Repository - Central America
From: Julian Bielewicz <>
Date: Sat, 13 Feb 1999 17:23:48 +1000

>From Blake Maybank of Canada:

>>What next?
>South America.  But first, I am negotiating a new home for the site, as it
>has quickly outgrown the web space I am allotted by my current server.  I
>am hopeful of a solution that will allow me to post hundreds more reports,
>mostly from the U.S. and Canada.  
>As Urs Geiser is handling reports for "the rest of the world" I haven't
>considered doing any from OZ.  
>I'd appreciate it if you could forward my message regarding the Americas
>Trip Report Site to the ausbirds discussion group.  The more the merrier.
>Many thanks.
>And I heard about the flooding down your way -- my sympathies.  The world's
>weather appears to be on a roller-coaster ride for the indefinite future.
>Blake Maybank
>White's Lake, Nova Scotia, Canada
Julian Bielewicz
Past President
Queensland Ornithological Society

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Kippa-Ring, Q. 4021

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