rare bird alerts

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Subject: rare bird alerts
From: "Pat OMalley" <>
Date: Thu, 5 Nov 2009 22:33:15 +1100
One way of facilitating rare bird alerts would be to get the publishers of 
field guides to put a little section up front mentioning sites like B-Aus as 
outlets for alerts.

But the problem  immediately becomes apparent - very likely many false alarms 
from inexperienced birders. Then the accurate reports get lost in the crowd and 
only a few sources would be trusted. So we'd be pretty much back where we are 
now, but with a lot of extra noise.


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