Mark and others, sorry, there are no printed copies available. COG funded a small print run for a targeted audience, including for the report launch last year, to influence key people in the Government
and for those involved in the woodland surveys. A print run these days to provide free copies for all COG members would be expensive, cost thousands of dollars.
As someone with ‘older eyes’, personally I am sympathetic to the general problem. I have to do a lot of website research in various roles, particularly as COG Conservation officer, reading reports,
management plans etc, sometimes hundreds of pages long planning/consultants reports, on Government and other websites. Sometimes I think I would rather go back to a paper world!!
From: Canberrabirds <>
On Behalf Of Mark Clayton via Canberrabirds
Sent: Sunday, 14 May 2023 2:02 PM
To: John Layton <>;
Subject: Re: [Canberrabirds] Long term trends In ACT woodland birds 1998 - 2019
I’m with John Layton on this, where do I get a copy without having to print it all out or try and read it from my computer screen? Potentially it should be free to all COG members.
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Sent: Sunday, 14 May 2023 1:35 PM
Subject: [Canberrabirds] Long term trends In ACT woodland birds 1998 - 2019
Is a printed copy of the above still available and where could I get
one? My eyes would be much more comfortable than reading it from the
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