Subject: Webcams
From: Russell Woodford <>
Date: Mon, 2 Apr 2001 10:22:29 +1000
Hi all

Sorry if you've been trying to contact me - my mail account has been down for a few days.

Steve Clarke's message about the Peregrine cam prompts me to tell you that I've added a new link section for WEBCAMS to the birding-aus website. There are already 3 or 4 Peregrine cams linked, and I'll add the one Steve mentioned. One of the most fascinating sites is the Cloud Forest center, which has cams on hummingbirds and quetzals - OK, not exactly Aussie birds, but great to look at. Who is going to be the first member of the "Virtual 600 Club"? (600 species seen via webcam)

The only Aussie cam I Know of is the OBP one - does anyone know of any others?

To find the links, go to the birding-aus site at
and click on LINKS then "Recommended Overseas Links"

I'm rebuilding the whole site bit by bit - new graphics and other features on the way, but don't hold your breath ....


Russell Woodford
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