Request for Assistance

Subject: Request for Assistance
From: "Ray Kelly" <>
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2000 13:24:56 EST
As an extreme novice, I have been keeping records of my sightings on multiple scraps of paper, in a diary and on anything else that could be written on.

Other than the expense of software which I may not yet use to its full potential, I was wondering if anyone out there has a list, in Excel spreadsheet or Word or any other simple format that I might be able to obtain a copy of so that I can start to bring some order to my life.

Please contact me or send a copy direct as I would be more than pleased to hear from you.

Thanks in anticipation

Ray Kelly


Cape Solander in the Botany Bay National Park yesterday:
- 10 Whales 5 adults with calves heading south
- a White Bellied Sea Eagle which put on a soaring display about 50 meters away from us for about 30 minutes - an immature Australian Gannet (reasonably sure acording to Pizzey, but a bit hard to tell with just the binocs on it - one strange thing that I have not seen before. Sulphur-Crested Cockatoos 'hang gliding' over the edge of the Cape for about 10 minutes before perching right at the edge and apparently enjoying the view for a quarter of an hour or so.
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