Final issue ABM & the IBB

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Subject: Final issue ABM & the IBB
From: "Jim Davis" <>
Date: Sat, 3 Mar 2001 00:53:36 -0800
   I hope I am not stepping out of line, but I have been receiving e-mails
from past subscribers of the Australian Birding Magazine asking about
subscriptions to the IB Bulletin.  Yes, I will give a reduce subscription
rate to any ABM subscriber wishing to receive the IB Bulletin.  Please,
however, contact me privately by e-mail instead of posting queries on this
list.  Also many of the questions I have been asked are answered on our
website (see URL below).

   I wish to thank other Birding-Aus members for allowing me to post this
short e-mail which, I realize, amounts to an advertisement for the IBB.  I
would also like to add that the presence of the ABM in 1997, gave me the
courage and hope that I could be successful with a bird-related publication
in Australia ... against everyones advice (grin).  Time will tell.

Cheers, Jim

Dr Wm James Davis, Editor

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