New WORLDTWITCH Bird Book Discussion Board

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Subject: New WORLDTWITCH Bird Book Discussion Board
From: John Wall <>
Date: Wed, 29 Nov 2000 22:58:15 +0000
I have started a new Bird Book Discussion Board on Worldtwitch. This
forum (separate from the World Birding Discussion Board) is a place to
exchange information and opinions about books and other publications
about birds and birding, without geographic restrictions. Authors,
artists, and publishers are invited to call attention to their
publications and to post errata sheets and supplemental material. In
addition, individuals not in the book business with used books for
sale may post their lists or links to personal websites, although I
will promptly remove messages offering "House Sparrow" books at "Harpy
Eagle" prices. Commerical postings by book dealers and links to
auctions are not permitted.

Other recent additions to Worldtwitch include Brazil trip reports by
Samuel Hansson and Mike Hunter, Samuel Hansson's report of a
three-month trip to Peru, Ecuador and Colombia, Mike Hunter's South
Africa trip report, and the November Thailand bird reports from Phil

Cheers and good birding,

John Wall
New York

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