RFI St Petersburg

To: Martin Butterfield <>
Subject: RFI St Petersburg
From: Peter Shute <>
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 2016 08:06:20 +0000
You could also try the Russian subforum of birdforum:

It doesn't seem to get much traffic, and questions often go unanswered, but 
it's worth a try.

Peter Shute

Sent from my iPad

On 22 Dec. 2016, at 9:52 pm, Martin Butterfield 
<<>> wrote:

eBird has a hotspot "Sankt Peterburg
which can be accessed through the explore data facility.

Interestingly Russia gets no mention in "A guide to Bird Watching in
Europe" by Ferguson-Lees, Hockliffe and Zweeres.

The fat birder <> has some
possibly useful contacts.


Martin Butterfield

On 22 December 2016 at 18:00, David Billinghurst <
<>> wrote:

On 22/12/2016 17:10, Philip Veerman wrote:

A few years ago I got involved in assisting the authors of the 2005 book
Edited by John G. Kelcey and Goetz Rheinwald. At the end of that process
review of the book got published in Emu. As it happens St Petersburg is
of the cities described. St Petersburg gets a chapter of 28 pages, with
detailed bird lists and places etc. Don't ask me to retype that. But I
send you a copy of my review that got published in Emu. If you want to
how to obtain the book, maybe I can point you in a direction to help. I
wonder if the BLA library has a copy of it. (I do.)

There are no copies in the Australian libraries covered by

St Petersburg isn't covered in where to Watch Birds: World Cities by Paul
Milne, Yale University Press (2006)

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