COG website hacked

To: David McDonald <>
Subject: COG website hacked
From: Martin Butterfield <>
Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2015 05:00:11 +0000
Stubble quail must have peculiar pharmocology.  I got  the same outcome as Nathaneal when going for that species via Professor Google, but searching for "Pelican Canberra" behaved normally.  Also, going directly for the COG website and then Bird Info worked fine.


On 27 September 2015 at 14:53, David McDonald <> wrote:
Our dedicated, skilled and hard working volunteer webmaster looks after it. He is Julian Robinson, and he does a terrific job for us all. 

So far as I can see after a quick check, COG's website is sound. It has not been hacked. Visit the Bird Info pages and you will see that the Stubble Quail info is fine.

I suggest that you contact Google  and advise them as apparently the problem has nothing to do with COG's website.

Regards - David 

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On 27 Sep 2015, at 2:34 PM, Nathanael Coyne <> wrote:

Who looks after it?

When I Google "stubble quail canberra" and click the result to the COG website it takes me to some pharmacy medication site.

Nathanael Coyne (Boehm)

Canberra, Australia
0431 698 580

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