The birding-aus website had a much-needed upgrade a few weeks ago. It still
isn't perfect but I've added a few more links - in fact that's about all there
is, lots of links.
Go to: http://www.birding-aus.org/links/birdlists.html
Here you'll find links to checklists compiled by other people around the world.
A very good starting place is Printable Bird Checklists - they have most
national lists as Excel spreadsheets in alphabetical or taxonomic order.
I think Birds Australa has a tiny pocket checklist available.
"Gordon and Pam Cain" <> on Mon, 1 May 2006
19:44:24 +1000 wrote:
> As a newbie to this list and a novice birder, where does one go to get Aus
> bird lists -- electronic and paper?
> Gordon Cain
> Schofields (Blacktown) NSW
> Date: Sun, 30 Apr 2006 07:23:23 -0700
> From: Paul Coopmans <>
> Subject: [birding-aus] Australia checklist: thanks
> To: "birding-aus" <>
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> Hi all,
> Thanks, I just received an Australia checklist in excel format.
> Best regards, Paul
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