'old' records for potential inclusion in Atlas online

Subject: 'old' records for potential inclusion in Atlas online
From: Victoria Quinton <>
Date: Mon, 24 Mar 2008 23:01:25 -0700 (PDT)
Hello everyone,
 Lately I have felt 'I don't have time to do this', but,
particularly for some here who [with much appreciation] added to the 
Progressive Bird Book,
 I wondered if it is still useful to render the information into atlas-friendly 

 This would need GPS/locations  and bird numbering.

I also have a notebook of scrawled birdlists - mainly from one location, which 
would probably be of use.

There is probably no real rush.. but if anyone is after 'something to do' maybe 
we could be in touch?

  Would it be poor list etiquette to type the information here first?

  Happy birding.. and yes I know, I have been a lagger in reading the posts 
here for a while too.


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