night parrot and Amytonnis.

To: "Birding-aus" <>
Subject: night parrot and Amytonnis.
From: "Bruce Cox" <>
Date: Sat, 7 Oct 2000 09:03:59 +1000
    Hi all.
I agree with David Geering in that I prefer to have my incoming mail with a person's name [ and preferably location ] shown. This gives me a better feeling for people on the list and also a sense of were the message originated. It sometimes helps when people talk about birds seen or places visited to get an idea of where they are talking about. Sometimes we talk about birding sites possibly locally well known, but totally unknown to out of town, out of state or overseas subscribers. Often I find that on reading an interesting e-mail I glance down the bottom to try to find out who and where it is coming from.
As mailing lists go ours must be a comparatively small one and as such surely we have no need to hide our identity from one another. After all we all have a common interest.
Bruce Cox.
48 Rangers Retreat Rd.
Frenchs Forest.   N.S.W.   2086.
Phone.     02] 9451 5394.
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