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Subject: field guides
From: "michael hunter" <>
Date: Tue, 12 Sep 2000 07:49:44 +1000
Hi again,
            Further to the problem of errors and new information generally
in bird guides, click onto the site below and see what is possible by
following the various links. Hanzab could probably do with a similar site.
                                                   Michael Hunter
                                                   Mulgoa 2745

> Dear Birders
> During the last few months, more draft texts have been arriving at the
> Roberts Office.  We've been posting these on our web-page and making
> it available for public scrutiny and contributions.  Your comments
> have proven to be extremely helpful, and in many cases contributed
> significantly to enhancing our knowledge of a particular species - we
> are thankful for your time and effort spent scanning through your
> notebooks.
> We've recently placed the first draft texts of owls, skuas, wheatears
> and a few others.  The accompanying lists of missing/unknown
> information is (unfortunately) quite long and we again need some input
> from your field experience.  Please have a look on:
> to see how you can contribute
> to the new Roberts by filling some of the gaps in our knowledge.
> Best wishes
> Sharon
> ***************************************************
> Sharon Hampson
> (Roberts' VII Project Manager)
> Percy FitzPatrick Institute of African Ornithology
> University of Cape Town
> Rondebosch
> 7701
> Cape Town
> e-mail : 
> tel    : 021-6503619
> fax    : 021-6503295
> Visit our website:
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