"Fergus Hornblower" <>, <>
"John Cummings" <>
Fri, 6 Oct 2006 09:11:22 +1000
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I have only lived in Canberra for 2.5 years and moved here from a
much smaller town, why is Page inaccessible to southsiders?
It has on a goon run taken me only 20 mins
to drive from Latham to Tuggeranong. I have encountered this north/south issue
before and it does bemuse me.
Perhaps Lake Burley Griffin is really the Red Sea in disguise.
Many of us would gladly drive half a day or
more to see a bird but a short city drive seems incredibly daunting for some of
I am sure that the present librarian would
be open to realistic suggestions for a more equitable system.
Sthn NSW & ACT
Ph 02 6230 0182
Fax 02 6230 0181
Mob 0407 181 002
Enjoy this life
Sent: Thursday, 5 October 2006
The discussion about publications and
most recently the question presented by Phillip Verman poses some interesting
has copies of Hanzab that they would be willing to let other members
browse or (heaven forbid) borrow?
has copies of other publications such as those written by Wilson, Verman
and Taylor that they would be willing to let other members browse or loan.
raises the question, why is it so difficult to access the COG library
– indeed why does the COG library reside at someone’s home in
suburban page, all but inaccessible to southsiders?
who was responsible for that second rate attempt at a survey about
publications in the latest Gang-Gang? It does not ask relevant questions
such as those raised by Phillip and is at best subjective and at worst
biased. Is there not someone in this group with the experience in survey
design. I agree, how to make publications more relevant such as a hardcopy
index for bird notes is something that should have been raised
Create your own personalised radio station.
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