Re: birding-aus Birdsong CDs

To: Nick <>
Subject: Re: birding-aus Birdsong CDs
From: "Lawrence E. Conole" <>
Date: Thu, 01 Jul 1999 16:06:16 +1000
Nick wrote:

> I have seen quite a few mentions around the place of the set of CDs
> "Field Guide to Australian Birdsong". As I don't own any such resource
> at the moment, I thought I should probably invest in something such as
> this set, and I was wondering if anyone else could reccomend it or
> something else perhaps? Is there anywhere in Sydney where I can purchase
> this set of CDs?

Hi Nick

I believe what you're talking about is actually a cassette series
produced by the Bird Observers Club of Australia (BOCA) - and it is an
excellent resource - very highly recommended.  The series is a work in
progress, and I guess would likely go onto CD once all the tapes are
done.  The first 11 (Emu to Scarlet Honeyeater) are available from Birds
Australia and BOCA (both Melbourne, mail-order) - but I'm not sure where
in Sydney they'd be available.

Cheers, Lawrie

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