The decline of ornithological publications- practical ways to help

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Subject: The decline of ornithological publications- practical ways to help
From: "Billinghurst, David (RTATECH)" <>
Date: Wed, 4 Jun 2008 11:29:23 +1000
> From:  David Stowe
> Thanks James
> Are there any takers for someone to write a quick guide to
> fieldnote taking? Perhaps what sort of things to write down
> that might be valuable in terms of behaviour etc?
> Cheers
> Dave

It may be sufficient to identify some existing guides that do the job.

For example, 30 seconds with google found:


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