Oriental Bird Images (OBI)

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Subject: Oriental Bird Images (OBI)
From: Tom Tarrant <>
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2003 18:31:14 +1000
Hi All,

Just in from the Oriental Bird Club (OBC)

The Oriental Bird Club is pleased to announce the re-launch of its
image database under the new name of Oriental Bird Images (OBI).

The database has been redesigned for faster loading and easier
browsing. It is now on its own dedicated website at

With over 3800 photographs of 1450 species and growing all the time,
this is a great resource for anyone interested in Asian birds. Why not
take a look and browse through the collection? If your favourite
species is Ibisbill, just type the name in the search box. If you
would like to see pittas, type in pitta. Or perhaps check out the
photographers page and browse through all the photos of one of the
outstanding masters of their art represented there. Clicking on
'Images' in the home page will take you to a list of species sorted by
order and family if you prefer to enter the collection that way.

The OBC would like to thank the more than 160 photographers who have
kindly contributed their images to the database, as well as the
Imagemasters who have unreservedly given of their spare time to edit
and compile the collection.

There are many species as yet unrepresented in the database. If you
have photographs you are willing to contribute, please email

Apologies for cross-postings.

Alan Wilkinson
OBC Internet

Tom & Marie Tarrant
Lot 10 (137) Watson Rd
Samsonvale, Queensland 4520

Tel: (07) 3425 1780 (H)
Mob: 0409 264 725

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