Announcing a new Internet bird magazine--beta testors needed.

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Subject: Announcing a new Internet bird magazine--beta testors needed.
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Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2000 12:01:28 -0500

A new Internet birding magizine is being published with its main purpose being 
to help
the hard core birder know with some probability what birds will be seen if one 
goes to
a specific location. For those of us who go far and wide, who are not wealthy, 
seeing a
new species can become expensive and time consuming. The major purpose of the 
will be to make our future bird trips as fruitful as possible while also being 
efficient with time and money as can be. The magazine will also contain general
information, all of which is not yet posted.

I would dearly like for people not from the US to look at this site and let me 
know if
it will be useful in planning a trip to a specific region in the US or if you 
looking for a specific bird, will it help you find locations where there is a 
probability of it being seen. Is the format pleasing? Can you navigate easily?

After visiting Oz four times for birding trips, I have found you to be friendly 
but also brutally honest about your opinions.  The latter is what we truly need 
as we
prepare the site for final launch. We are especially interested in your 
comments in the
section entitled: Abundance Data:  This is where a majority of US birds are 
listed with
their location and abundance.

The site is:

We will be doing a workup of Aussi birds in June, and earnestly ask for your 
input now
so that we can better represent your birds later.


Richard Tkachuck

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