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|Subject:||Standard locations within M12|
|From:||Megan Mears <>|
|Date:||Sat, 16 Aug 2014 12:41:45 +1000|
Out running on Mount Majura last weekend, I saw what I thought was not one but two male Rose Robins with the usual woodland birds. Having no glasses/camera/binocs at the time, I wasn't 100% so kept it to myself but took heart that Marnix reported a Rose Robin on another part of that mountain on the same weekend.
This morning I was able to find one male robin - briefly- very exciting. Now comes the tricky part - data entry.
Is there a way I can figure out if the area I was in is a standard area? I know I was in M12, but
Mount Majura 1, 2, 3 etc don't mean anything unless there is a key and I guess these codes are set up for standard observations. Can someone let me know if there is a reference on the COG website or is it best for me to create a new standard location with a GPS?
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