To: "Fergus Hornblower" <>, <>
Subject: Publications
From: "Philip Veerman" <>
Date: Fri, 6 Oct 2006 14:20:39 +1000
Hi Fergus and all,
I think the main part of the answer is that COG did have an office / shopfront / library in the city and found the cost thereof prohibitive and so this was changed. Hence COG's assets are stored wherever.
I have all the books you mention and would be content (within reason) for anyone to come and look at them (borrowing is a bigger ask). As well known I am in Kambah but surely there are others around. My GBS Report (2003) edition is in some of the ACT libraries, I don't know about the others. Also I would point out that whilst HANZAB is a big financial investment (between $2000 to $3000) and too much to buy unless you are really interested or have a lot of money, the other books are individually incredibly cheap for what they contain and I suggest every person in Canberra with more than a passing interest in birds SHOULD have all of them. For their own use and to support COG and local authors.
(p.s. I'm sure it is just a typo but my name is not quite how you did it.)
Philip Veerman
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