Lake Cargellico and Round Hill - Nombinnie

To: "'Peter Shute'" <>, "'Graeme Chapman'" <>
Subject: Lake Cargellico and Round Hill - Nombinnie
From: "Chris Lloyd" <>
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2012 12:37:40 +1000
I agree so the next version will come in that format. Ciao

-----Original Message-----
From: Peter Shute  
Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2012 12:03 PM
To: 'Graeme Chapman'; 
Subject: Lake Cargellico and Round Hill - Nombinnie

I've seen lists where each species has a code indicating abundance, e.g. C
for common, UC for uncommon, R for rare and V for vagrant. Using a code like
that would mean you don't have to leave an species off.

I like the idea of an annotated list, they're much more useful than a simple

Peter Shute

> -----Original Message-----
> From:  [birding-aus-
>  On Behalf Of Graeme Chapman
> Sent: Tuesday, 19 June 2012 10:33 AM
> To: 
> Cc: 
> Subject: [Birding-Aus] Lake Cargellico and Round Hill - Nombinnie
> Dear Chris,
> I read on Birding-Aus that you have offered to redraft the bird list
> for the Lake Cargellico area, and I read also some of the supplementary
> posts. Many of the birds listed in those posts are quite rare and
> unlikely to be seen by a casual birdwatcher to the area , so I think it
> would be wise to list them as such. If the existing list, which I
> haven't seen, is something the local Shire have produced in the hope
> that it will attract more tourists to the town, is simply an
> unannotated list, it would be wise to expand it to give people an idea
> just where each species is likely to occur. My only experiences with
> birding around the town itself are the two poorly positioned and
> inadequate hides that have been built, obviously on a shoestring
> budget. I assume you are helping the council to devise a brochure of
> local bird routes such as exist for several other shires in NSW, so I
> hope you can convince them to do a proper job of it.


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