Re: birding-aus GPS

Subject: Re: birding-aus GPS
From: "Frank O'Connor" <>
Date: Fri, 16 Jul 1999 22:39:59 +0800
At 16:13 16/07/99 +0930, Bob Sothman wrote:
>2.  I would like to suggest that, when available and where relevant, GPS
>references be included with bird sightings.  Such references can often
>be useful, e.g.  I recently found the beautiful Red-eared firetail at
>Wungong, WA at the GPS location recommended in Frank O'Connor's
>excellent web page (Thanks Frank).

Thanks for the compliment, but the reason that I put GPS locations on my web
pages was so that people could fill in Atlas surveys without needing a GPS.
Did you complete an Atlas form? :-)
Frank O'Connor
8C Hardy Road
Nedlands  WA  6009
Phone : +61 8 9386 5694
ICQ : 14655047
Email : 
Birding WA

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