Re: birding-aus Birding-Aus homepage

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Subject: Re: birding-aus Birding-Aus homepage
From: "Muir Environmental" <>
Date: Wed, 11 Aug 1999 16:09:05 +0800
Hi Timothy and all

Came across your message while catching up on the backlog in my mailbox.

I just "hit" the birding-aus homepage, and you might be pleased to know
your message quoted below must have done some good, as mine was the
11,070th "hit".

Just thought I'd add this comment....

Jenn Muir

> From: Timothy Nye Dolby <>
> To: 
> Cc: 
> Subject: Re: birding-aus Birding-Aus homepage
> Date: Thursday, 17 June 1999 10:17
> > I was a bit shocked just now to see that on the
> > birding-aus homepage:
> > that mine was only the 9,935th access to the site since
> > 2/8/96.  That means that the whole global Internet
> > community used it with less than 10 "hits" per day !!!
> Good point Michael.  A recent article in the The Age noted 
> that the Latter Day Saints homepage has a million 
> (1,000,000!) 'hits' a day - mainly by genealogists. 
> I assume the reason that the birding.aus homepage is not 
> visited more regularly is because the birding.aus 
> listserve is the central focus. 
> > Don't forget it's a great place for searching for info on
> > everything from gluepot to suburban honeyeaters !
> > Michael Norris
> > Hampton, Vic
> As you mention, it does have excellent resources, for 
> example I often use the archive as a reference source. I 
> wonder how it compares with comparable web sites in 
> Australia - such as the Birds Australia homepage - and is 
> this reflective the popularity of bird watching?  
> Tim
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