Goodness what a major oversight on my part when I posted about marked Little
Terns. Thanks for picking up on that. I think the best person to advise
about marked east coast terns is Clive Minton, who can forward the
information to the appropriate people when he looks at it. His email is
I would also like to know about Qld terns. The
central receptacle for Australian marked birds is ABBBS, but I don't have
the address at hand.
Others can respond about the various other programmes. I am not catching any
birds in Caloundra.
Sunshine Coast, Qld
26º 51' 152º 56'
Ph (07) 5494 0994
> From: "Simon Mustoe" <>
> Organization: Applied Ecology Solutions
> Reply-To: "Simon Mustoe" <>
> Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2002 09:30:30 +1000
> To: <>
> Subject: [BIRDING-AUS] Marked birds - where to send observations?
> Given all the recent info on marked birds, can somebody (if they have not done
> so already) put together details on where to send such observations.
> It seems that if effort is going to be put into marking these birds in the
> first place, then the proponents should, presumably, be making a concerted
> effort to advertise for resightings information.
> I think perhaps birding-aus would also benefit from a list of current projects
> involving colour marking so we can be aware of exactly which species are being
> targeted and why.
> Simon Mustoe - Principal
> AES Applied Ecology Solutions Pty Ltd.
> 59 Joan Avenue
> Ferntree Gully
> Victoria 3156
> Telephone 03 9762 2616
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