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Peter Shute <>
Thu, 26 Nov 2009 08:27:43 +1100
Just wondering if you're aware that there are also several online databases
available, some free.
While there are some disadvantages to using one of these compared to your own,
one advantage is that your sighting can be made available to others. They can
be a valuable resource for planning trips, etc.
Some local examples of these are Eremaea and Birdpedia, both of which can
forward data to the Birds Australia Atlas database.
Here's a link to a similar discussion on this list, but there are more, it
comes up several times a year:
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