Fwd: FW: [New post] Registration for the Global Shorebird Counting 2015
'Alan Thomas' <>, 'canberra birds' <>
Fwd: FW: [New post] Registration for the Global Shorebird Counting 2015 is open
Philip Veerman <>
Wed, 26 Aug 2015 03:17:49 +0000
In case anyone wishes to follow up on the included enquiry from
(Although I don’t understand how it comes to be posted under the message about the Global Shorebird Counting 2015) Having been sent the photo:
That is one of the easiest to identify ones ever. Outer (right side) tail feather of a (probably female) Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo.
From: Alan Thomas [
Sent: Tuesday, 25 August 2015 9:14 PM To: canberra birds
Subject: [canberrabirds] Fwd: FW: [New post] Registration for the Global Shorebird Counting 2015 is open
---------- Forwarded message ----------From: Mick Ferris <>To: "m("canberrabirds.org.au","cogoffice");">" <m("canberrabirds.org.au","cogoffice");">>
Date: Sun, 23 Aug 2015 08:38:51 +0000
Subject: Feather Identification
I found a large feather in the Kowan Forest area on Sunday whilst out photographing anything and everything.
I have not seen one like it before. Who can I send a picture to to identify the bird?
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Subject: Fwd: FW: [New post] Registration for the Global Shorebird Counting 2015 is open
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Date: Sun, 23 Aug 2015 14:02:56 +1000 Subject: FW: [New post] Registration for the Global Shorebird Counting 2015 is open
can you pls forward this notice to all your members or anyone that may be interested in the event
it will be great if we can help
ps: shorebirds/waders (includes waders like plovers, dotterels, stilts, etc)
How to be a part of this popular program of the World Shorebirds
Day (see poster below).
Think about where will you be on 4–6 September 2015;
Add your location(s) on the Google
Map, where you most probably would do counting;
Follow our blog to get notified about new announcements;
Go counting shorebirds on the weekend of 4–6 September 2015;
Submit your data to eBird.
click on the link @ 2 above
then sign into gmail at the top right hand cnr ( you must have a gmail/google a/c)
( if you do not wish to open a gmail/google a/c, you can send your name, site details n gps to me or to worldshorebird contact below)
click "edit" in the big white box on the top left cnr
menu will appear just below the search box
click the option "add marker" from the menu
choose location of your site on the map n click
a box will appear, where you can enter your name at the 1st box, n site details (pls read poster below ) at the 2nd box
you can also edit in the same way (by clicking your site n the "edit" option in the box)
please note that only shorebirds/waders counts are needed
note the date on your calendar (not sure there will be a reminder)
looking at the map, you can see that there's not a huge representation from the southern hemisphere
hopefully we can change that
please feel free to disseminate this email
when submitting data to ebird, don't forget to click "share" with "WorldShorebirdsDay"
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