Photos on birding-aus

Subject: Photos on birding-aus
Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2003 09:14:00 +1000
G'day all

I vote to keep things as they are.

If you are interested in a birding info exchange service with photos pop
into  Although it is dominated by the UK and the USA it
is attracting birders from around the world and there are some stunning
photos posted at times.  As with birding-aus there are messages that are
trivial, silly, irrelevant and annoying at times but the thread-based
design means you can ignore whole threads and only read the stuff that
looks interesting.  I'm hooked on the identification threads.  Someone
posts a photo of an obscure US warbler or a group of mixed european gulls
and the arguments begin.

As I said - check it out.



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