Latest Update to Worldbirdinfo

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Subject: Latest Update to Worldbirdinfo
From: "John Penhallurick" <>
Date: Mon, 16 May 2005 13:34:03 +1000
Dear All,
I've just uploaded the latest update to my website:
I was glad to see the site mentioned in the News and Notes section by Paul Hess of the latest issue of Birding (37,no.2,p.141).
I'm just back from 7 weeks' birding in Mexico.  I'm please to say I've pretty much cleaned out the country with (excluding Baja) fewer than 20 Mexican or regional endemics still to find.
Obviously I have not had the chance to add a great deal of data, but there is an additional field in the bird data, giving info on breeding.
Corrections, comments and questions welcome.
John Penhallurick
Home: 86 Bingley Cres,FRASER,A.C.T. 2615,AUSTRALIA
Phone: (61 2) 62585428
Mobile: 0408 585 428
Mail:P.O.Box 3469,BMDC,BELCONNEN, A.C.T. 2617
Please visit my website at:
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