State Checklists & Maps

Subject: State Checklists & Maps
From: Richard Wood <>
Date: Mon, 02 Oct 2000 07:48:19 -0700
Good morning to Birding-Aus.

Dick Wood here and my trip is getting closer and closer.

For those of you who I may have not replied in a timely manner for the information graciously sent to me, thank you very much.

I have two questions this morning. Does there exist, on the net or can be purchased when I arrive, a copy of bird checklist for each state?

Does there exist a map of each state/area that shows the various habitat? I guess that since Australia is so large and environmentally diverse, perhaps a map(s) showing this type of subdivision is not practical nor usable. Anyway, I would like to visit as many habitats as possible during my wandering around.

I renew my request to accompany anyone on birding trips/atlassing/or just little "wanderings". I will pay for petrol and postre to go along with tea.

Thanks in advance for any help.
Dick Wood
Tucson, AZ

N32-16'-53.5"      W111-04'-22.5"
One shouldn't argue with a fool, people watching will have trouble
distinguishing between the two.         -unknown

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