Technology's impact on birding and related conservation

Subject: Technology's impact on birding and related conservation
From: "David E. Quady" <>
Date: Sun, 13 May 2001 21:34:57 -0700
Hello, Ausbirders:

Although most of the examples cited in this fascinating article are
US-centric, I thought you, too, might be interested in reading about
how the web and other technological advances are contributing to birding

and to conservation generally.  Maybe the article will cause your mind
to stretch a little bit; I know it had that effect on me.  Enjoy.

Dave Quady
Berkeley, California

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