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Old Tuesday 17th July 2012, 21:05   #1
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OO = Ornithological Observations : ejournal

The Animal Demography Unit at the University of Cape Town, together with BirdLife South Africa, publish an ejournal called Ornithological Observations, called OO for short --- it publishes "faunistic notes" --- the interesting observations of breeding, behaviour, range, etc, that don't easily find their way into the mainstream journals --- the URL is http://oo.adu.org.za --- OO is in its third volume --- browse through what has already been published and check if there is anything which takes your fancy. I guess that OO will publish faunistic observations from anywhere in the world!
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The Animal Demography Unit at the University of Cape Town, together with BirdLife South Africa, publish an ejournal called Ornithological Observations, called OO for short --- it publishes "faunistic notes" --- the interesting observations of breeding, behaviour, range, etc, that don't easily find their way into the mainstream journals --- the URL is http://oo.adu.org.za --- OO is in its third volume --- browse through what has already been published and check if there is anything which takes your fancy. I guess that OO will publish faunistic observations from anywhere in the world!
Les,
What an excellent idea! I would think that more than a few BirdForum contributors will give it a go. Thanks for publicising it. Are you over in UK for the British Bird Fair this year?
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