WA Pelagic mailing list

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Subject: WA Pelagic mailing list
From: John Graff <>
Date: Thu, 21 Feb 2013 16:31:08 +0800

Hi all, I am restarting a mailing list for those interested in hearing about 
upcoming WA pelagic trips. Frank O'Connor maintained one when he organised the 
trips, but I had been using Birding-Aus, BirdsWA mailing list, plus WA Bird 
Notes and the BirdLife Aus calendar page to advertise upcoming trips. However, 
on talking to a couple of people, it's apparent that not all those who are 
interested can/do access these sources. So I'm restarting the mailing list - if 
you are interested in hearing about any upcoming WA trips (currently Albany and 
Hillarys (Perth)), please let me know by e-mail at this address, and I will add 
you to the list. PLEASE NOTE though that I will continue to advertise the trips 
on both Birding-Aus and the BirdsWA mailing lists, so if you are on either (or 
both) of those lists you do not have to send me your details. You are however 
most welcome to do so anyway if you wish Please feel free to pass onto anyone 
who may be interested Cheers,John                                    

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