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Subject: Bird list database
From: Peter Shute <>
Date: Fri, 10 Oct 2008 09:27:48 +1100
Some sites have heaps of surveys recorded, others don't. Depends on who visits 
them, I suppose. Eremaea seems to be more popular with Victorians, for some 

Many people could be submitting sightings directly to the Atlas instead.

Feel free to enter all your old sightings if you decide to use one of the 
online databases. I doubt any insist on counts, and I wonder how many people 
record them. I guess they're useful, but so much harder work.

Peter Shute

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