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Subject: AUSTRALIAN MAMMAL TWITCHERS' CLUB (AMTC) goes to new online home
From: Lawrie Conole <>
Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2004 09:44:13 +1000
Hi birders

Those of you who take a passing interest in the furred segment of the Australian fauna, as well as the feathered, might be interested to know that the "AUSTRALIAN MAMMAL TWITCHERS' CLUB (AMTC)" web site ( that I set up a couple of years ago has gone to a new home.

Jon Hall is in the process of setting up a web site dealing with various aspects of "mammaling" in Australia, and the first instalment is the AMTC page at his address. Go to:

for details.

The Mammals-Aus discussion list is still going on Yahoo! too, and though not anywhere near as busy as Birding-Aus, still has a number of messages each month. It's details are unchanged. You'll find that at:

or linked from the AMTC page.

Back to birding ....

Lawrie Conole
Senior Ecologist
Ornithology & Terrestrial Ecology

Ecology Australia Pty. Ltd.
Flora and Fauna Consultants
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FAIRFIELD VIC 3078 Australia
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