"The Avifauna of Wilson's Promontory"

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Subject: "The Avifauna of Wilson's Promontory"
From: "Philip A. Veerman" <>
Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2001 12:17:18 +1000
Yes it did continue. I've just checked my copies. I have the set. After the first 3 parts you mentioned, Part 4, 5, 6 & 7 of the article are in Volume 6, Part 1, 2, 3 & 4 (starting pages 17, 47, 87, 103). Why not contact BOCA, rather than Birds Australia, it is their journal, not BA. They may have old stocks of some of these issues. You could be lucky. I can't imagine how the thing could be on a website. It was done 25 years ago!
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Date: Saturday, 9 June 2001 20:53
Subject: [BIRDING-AUS] "The Avifauna of Wilson"s Promontory"

Hello All
After reading the trip report from Lainie Berry about her stay at Wilson's Promontory, it prompted me to do some historical reading about the birds that can be seen in the area. I have 3 volumes of The Australian Bird Watcher June, September & December 1974, published by The Bird Observers Club and edited by Roy P. Cooper. The article I am referring to is "The Avifauna of Wilson's Promontory" by Roy P. Cooper. I have read the first 3 parts but my problem is I don't know how many parts there are to the article and more to the point I don't have them.
  I should be able to find them at the Birds Australia Library, but I don't get to Melbourne very often.
I looked at the BOCA website but I could not find any info on old volumes. Can any one tell me how many parts there are and if the article is available on the web?

Thank you all.

Peter Anton
Mirboo North

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