Re: Why Publish bird observations? Re: [Birding-Aus] afo

To: "Ross Macfarlane" <>
Subject: Re: Why Publish bird observations? Re: [Birding-Aus] afo
Date: Thu, 4 Mar 2010 16:21:57 +1100 (EST)
Yes, but they're mostly just popularised summaries of the relevant journal
research, and are not substitutes for that research.


> I can't let this go unchallenged. Wingspan does publish articles on
> research
> and covservation projects. Maybe not as scholarly as Stephen would expect,
> but for example September 2009 (the most recent I could put to hand) had
> articles on Swift Parrots (by Chris Tzaros, Dean Ingwersen etc.), Sooty
> Owls
> (Rohan Bilney), Tasmanian Masked Owl, Grasswrens, Carnabys
> Black-cockatoos.
> There's even one on Eagles, by a certain Stephen Debus...

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