website Bird links to the World has a new home

To: SABirdNet <>,
Subject: website Bird links to the World has a new home
Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2000 17:28:48 -0400
Dear birders

As of today, the Bird Links to the World page has a new home:

It is now hosted by Bird Studies Canada, and I will continue to update it on a 
regular basis. 
Right now, there are about 6100 links relevant to bird web sites from around the
world. The former site will redirect visitors for a while, but please make sure 
to update your 

I'd like to thank sincerely Nelson Roy who has hosted my site from many years 
and who has 
patiently uploaded my regular updates to the site.

Feel free to cross post this message if you feel it is appropriate.

I hope you will come and visit

Denis Lepage
Bird Studies Canada
Long Point, Ontario

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