SA Field Guides + pelagic trips

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Subject: SA Field Guides + pelagic trips
From: Mick Roderick <>
Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2006 22:09:36 -0800 (PST)
To Gunnar and everyone else who has helped out,

Thanks muchly for your assistance. Having visited the various web-sites and 
from reading between the lines it appears that the Jaramillo book is the 'must 
get' and I've already made arrangements for that one (thanks Steve!).

The only certainties for us are Chile and southern Argentina + Rio (Brazil) 
across the Pantanal into Bolivia, so I may have to rely on local resources if 
we head elsewhere. Our plans are hyper-flexible and may revolve around 
opportunities for volunteer work, which incidentally, if anyone is aware of 
interesting bird research projects that require volunteers, please let me know. 
I helped out with the 'Alas de las Americas' (Wings of America) project last 
time in Ecuador which was fantastic.

The other thing I was wondering is if there are any pelagic boat trips that run 
off Chile / Argentina? I will be getting as far south as Ushuaia so perhaps 
there is something down there?

Thanks again,


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