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From: Michael Ramsey <>
Date: Fri, 4 Mar 2011 08:21:42 +1100
Not for Australia but the US by Richard Crossley. He has taken pictures and 
habitats of birds and put them into a page digitally as they would be seen in 
the field.

>From the website there also seems to be a Bristish Guide in development as 


I am quite impressed with the approach of images of birds as they would appear 
in the field, to get a grasp of their "jizz" etc.


The page below shows an example of an Upland Sandpiper and if you scroll 
forwards and back you can see other birds. I like the Black Scoter page.


Can any one see the potenial for a field guide like this for Australia.


Michael Ramsey


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