Remaining books….

Hi all,

Remaining books are still up for grabs. $5 per book or make me an offer

Regional Field Guide To Birds: Red Centre to the Top End (Pizzey & Knight) The Handbook of Australian Seabirds (DL Seventy) Intelligence In Animals (Michael Bright) Birds of Eastern & Central North America (Roger Tory Peterson) The . . . → Read More: Remaining books….

Re swimming Frogmouth

Hello I recently observed a Papuan Frogmouth swimming on the Daintree River North Queensland and I was interested if anyone else has observed this behaviour. It was an intentional swim and easy exit. Thank you . David. — Cheers,

David White Owner operator Ph +61 (0)40987131

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Hi birders

I just resigned from Birdlife Australia after being a member for ~40 years! I’ll be signing off from Birding-Aus as well (but I’ll still take a peep in the archives from time to time). Thanks to all here who have contributed (positively or negatively) to any matters I raised here over the years.

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Re Online Ornithology Course

When you say `proper`, I assume you mean higher qualifications like diplomas or degrees? Then, the Charles Sturt Uni course is your course.

However, some excellent courses are offered online by the Cornell University Lab of Ornithology. Some are for beginners, some for more advanced learners. Some are free, others require payment. Some are very . . . → Read More: Re Online Ornithology Course

Online ornithology course

Hi Birders

Could anyone recommend a proper ornithology course that can be undertaken online and is credible?

I know of one through Charles Sturt Uni, so any other would be helpful.

Many thanks Regards

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Wedge-tailed Eagles

It was very distressing to read Barney Enders Post re the poisoning of 136 Wedge-tailed Eagles One would like to think that in 2018 after extensive Public education over many years that all rational thinking Human beings would have been educated enough to understand that these birds although capable of attacking live animals eg lambs . . . → Read More: Wedge-tailed Eagles