Demise of Australian Birding Magazine

To: "Robert Inglis" <>, "birding-aus" <>
Subject: Demise of Australian Birding Magazine
From: "Ralph REID" <>
Date: Sun, 22 Oct 2000 18:23:55 +1000
Robert Inglis wrote, in part:

>In the meantime, perhaps one of the many very fertile and competent brains
>out there in the birding world could, perhaps, devise a way of creating a
>simple but comprehensive 'directory' of the many very good and informative
>Australian birding websites.

I have been a subscriber to birding-aus for about 12 months, with a view of
taking up birding in my upcoming retirement.  Having started from scratch
trying to learn about the birding scene (about which I knew nothing) and
being a writer (of sorts) by occupation, I have been compiling what I have
been learning into a book/booklet tentatively called Birding Information
Resource Directory.  One of the sections in it is for websites, and I am
currently searching out and recording all the Australian-based sites I can
find - so far I have 73 identified, but not all as yet described. Still,
it's early days.

Possibly it may even one day surface as a published work, either on the
Internet or in hard copy form.

Any input, suggestions, or information would be much appreciated.


Ralph Reid

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