"Birding Aus" <>
"Ralph REID" <>
Fri, 10 Nov 2000 12:17:46 +1100
Without doubt, the spread of the Internet and the services provided by
facilities such as birding-aus, are useful in raising awareness about
birding and associated topics.
However, there would appear to be insufficient co-operation between the
persons/organisations that maintain Internet sites, in that some sites to
not provide adequate links to other sites of interest.
Two out of many examples:
Toowoomba Bird Observers at www.pacey.au.com/tbo.htm - I can not find any
site that provides a link to here.
Hunter Bird Observers Club at users.hunterlink.net.au/hboc/ - the only link
found to this site is the one from Birds Australia.
I hope this information above is accurate - I used the GoEureka 'link
search' facility to find any links - if I am wrong, then there is a problem
with the search engine.
But if this is so, I think that it illustrates that those
persons/organisations on the Internet could do more to publicise each
other's activities. Actually, I hope I'm wrong.
Another thought - do any of the birding organisations produce/sell rear
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