Have I been asleep?

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Subject: Have I been asleep?
From: Wendy McWilliams <>
Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2018 22:33:20 +0000
It's good they have done this, thanks for advice Martin Butterfield.
But maybe they could do an index just of common birds names, not mixed in
with the scientific names.
This would save on paper too and be relevant for most users.
CSIRO, could you do this please?
Wendy McWilliams
Glen Waverley

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Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2018 15:24:42 +1100
From: Steve Clark <>
To: Martin Butterfield <>, Birding-Aus
Subject: Have I been asleep?
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Hopefully the new index will find its way into the first revision.  The new
Birds of Indonesia book has the same problem with its index.

Steve Clark
Hamilton, Vic

On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 3:06 PM, Martin Butterfield <>

> I haven't seen any mention on this group about CSIRO releasing a pdf
> file containing a traditional index for the Australian Bird as a .pdf
> file <>.  Its 18 pages
> long but definitely legible if printed as 2 pages per A4 sheet (and
> might be at 4 pages per sheet if really keen on cutting down weight
> and not cutting down trees).
> Good to see a +ve response to criticism.
> Martin Butterfield
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