Russell Woodford <>
Mon, 2 Apr 2001 10:22:29 +1000
Sorry if you've been trying to contact me - my mail account has been
down for a few days.
Steve Clarke's message about the Peregrine cam prompts me to tell you
that I've added a new link section for WEBCAMS to the birding-aus
website. There are already 3 or 4 Peregrine cams linked, and I'll
add the one Steve mentioned. One of the most fascinating sites is
the Cloud Forest center, which has cams on hummingbirds and quetzals
- OK, not exactly Aussie birds, but great to look at. Who is going
to be the first member of the "Virtual 600 Club"? (600 species seen
The only Aussie cam I Know of is the OBP one - does anyone know of any others?
To find the links, go to the birding-aus site at
and click on LINKS then "Recommended Overseas Links"
I'm rebuilding the whole site bit by bit - new graphics and other
features on the way, but don't hold your breath ....
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