After a couple of days of frustration, I'm giving up. I can't figure out how
to get on to the Facebook page. I got to one point where it said to do
something "on this page", but I couldn't see anything to do. (From memory, it
said it was easy). Searching in Facebook produces sites that have nothing to do
with Australia's birding-aus, and downloading the "groups" app didn't seem to
I'll stop worrying about photos, and do something else.
The conservation battle is never finally won; the development battle is.
π = ln(-1)/sqrt(-1)
> On 10 May 2015, at 5:47 pm, Steve Clark <> wrote:
> G’day all
> Facebook is infinitely more palatable if you access the birding groups with
> the iOS or Android app ‘Groups’. You only see the posts that are sent to
> groups to which you subscribe and you don’t see advertisements or all the
> other distractions. So if you have a iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android phone
> or tablet and you think Facebook is banal or whatever (as I mostly do) that’s
> the way to go.
>> On 10 May 2015, at 5:36 pm, Sonja Ross <> wrote:
>> Hi John,
>> It can also be quite useful. I had to join to be able to put entries onto
>> the BirdLife Melbourne page, and some things are useful. Others less so!
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