To: Birding-aus <>
Subject: Bowerbirds
From: "John Leonard" <>
Date: Tue, 23 May 2006 07:38:28 +1000
This is because Google searches for images called "spottedbowerbird.jpg or
.png" or whatever, but also, further down the list, returns images located
near text reading "Spotted Bowerbird" or whatever.

If you use this search engine you have to know what the bird looks like
first, or go to 'Advanced Image Search' and limit the search to terms within
the image name.

John Leonard

On 5/22/06, Graham Turner <> wrote:

Google image search is a great resource, but there are some odd
labelling of photos at times, and this is what google searches on, so you
end up with a few wrong 'uns. Try dollarbird as an image search for some
looking 'dollarbirds'.

Graham Turner

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