National Bird Records

To: "L&L Knight" <>
Subject: National Bird Records
From: Dave Torr <>
Date: Thu, 31 Dec 2009 09:52:41 +1100
BOCA does not - I guess you could get a feel for it by scanning Eremaea,
Birdpedia, Birdata, Birdlines, Birding-Aus etc, but I know there are birders
who never put their records online at all.
Would be an interesting project - I'm currently redeveloping the BOCA
website and if there is sufficient interest I guess I could add a facility
so that people can see what others have recorded and add in any new species
they have seen.

2009/12/31 L&L Knight <>

> It is interesting to see that BRBC maintains lists of all species seen in
> the UK in each year.  Does BA or another organisation keep similar records
> for Australia?
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