BirdData: some problems?

Subject: BirdData: some problems?
From: Chris Brandis <>
Date: Fri, 08 May 2015 10:36:53 +1000
On one site near Wollongong there were some records like this such as Dingo, Emu, Wallaroo, but when checked they were historical data from early settlement times in the NPWS data base. Some of the data have errors from visitors making understandable errors which then sit in the data base and cause problems when quoted later so take the data with your eyes open.
Cheers  Chris

On 7/05/2015 8:38 PM, brian fleming wrote:
On 7/05/2015 5:19 PM, Martin Butterfield wrote:

The first bird on the list for 3079 (Ivanhoe/Heidelberg in Victoria) is EMU!

Quite true - we would sometimes see it at the gate of a local property used as a semi-fauna park and picnic ground.

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