birding-aus as a digest?

Subject: birding-aus as a digest?
From: Peregrine <>
Date: Wed, 1 Apr 1998 20:43:29 -0500 (EST)
In regards to all the various people who have been mentioning the high 
traffic flow of late on birding-aus, perhaps it would be worthwhile to 
consider making the list available as a digest? Other lists, suchs as 
Birdchat, are available in digest form where all of the messages from one 
day are compiled into one large email.  So instead of getting the 50 or 
more emails from birdchat per day I only get one. The disadvantage of the 
digest is that you have to scroll through the entire email to get to the 
parts you want, but at least you only get one email per day. 
I dont know if receieving one huge email instead of many small ones 
affects those with commercial internet access, but it's worth a thought.

all is quiet on the birding front, although I did see a very quiet 
fan-tailed cuckoo in the Blue Mountains the other day, and New Holland 
honeyeaters chasing Spinebills in the Mountain Devil bushes, and a small 
flock of happy sittellas glaning bark around Blackheath.

good birding!
Katie Bertsche

Katie Bertsche .........If you're too busy to go birding, you're too busy.
Sydney, NSW, Australia

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