Birdline NSW

To: "Birding Aus" <>
Subject: Birdline NSW
From: "Kurtis Lindsay" <>
Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2007 16:35:06 +1100
NSW Birders,

A reminder to all those who have made any interesting bird sightings of late or 
have been on a trip in NSW and have seen anything out of the usual to inform 
Birdline NSW.
All bird sightings (no matter how unusual) are valuable in knowing where birds 
frequent,what they are doing and when they are at certain locations etc.

Even if you feel that your unusual sighting may not be as significant as others 
do not hesitate to submit it to Birdline.
Once they are submitted records are uploaded into the Birdline NSW database and 
 become a valuable resource for anyone who may need such information in the 
future (wether they are bird watchers or biologists).
Bird records are important for conservation and can be very valuable to 
researchers, they are also collaborated into the annual NSW Bird Report.

There are two options for leaving your sightings:

Via telephone - (02)9439-9536
Dial the above number, wait until the end of the recorded message then report 
sightings after the tone.
Remember to leave your name, location and date of sighting and most importantly 
what you saw or heard.


Via the internet - Birdline NSW Report a Sighting
Click on the above link and fill in the online form.

If the above links doesn't work visit and click on the link 
titled "Birdline NSW".

Thanks for you assistance and happy birding,

Murray Lord  & Kurtis Lindsay

Birdline NSW

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