GPS and birding

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Subject: GPS and birding
From: "David Cameron" <>
Date: Thu, 26 Aug 2004 17:53:27 +1000
Hi folks,

I don't own a GPS but I am thinking of buying one some day so the current
thread has been interseting for me. I would like to make the point though
that it is still very important to have good compass and map-reading skills.
I think a compass should always be carried as a back up. What would we do if
the GPS gets damaged or it's batteries expire etc?


Dave Cameron

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