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Old Sunday 28th December 2003, 20:24   #1
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bird list

Were can i download a new year list for british birds
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Old Sunday 28th December 2003, 20:35   #2
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Check out the British Ornithologists Union website. They have the complete British List on there...I once printed it out when I was working on updating my Life List but as so many bird names keep getting changed(STOP IT GUYS!!!)I had to keep referring back to my Collins Guide and double-checking names with latin!!!

http://www.bou.org.uk/recbrlst.html

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Old Sunday 28th December 2003, 20:46   #3
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Hi petew,

On behalf of all the Moderators and Admin. Staff let me wish you a warm Welcome to BirdForum.

You will, I am sure, find that the vast majority of the membership of this sight are a helpful and friendly bunch... in fact you know that already from the answer from Gill above.

We have a wide membership throughout the world, with representation from every continent (and Essex!) and of all abilities.

Have a good look around the site, and I hope you enjoy your time with us.

We look forward to hearing about your birding, but in the meantime, why not post something to "Say Hello" and introduce yourself to the members "formally"!

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Hi petew,

I have a list in Microsoft Excel format that you are welcome to if it's any use. PM me with your e-mail address if you want a copy. (It's about 250kb)

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Old Sunday 28th December 2003, 22:06   #5
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As you posted under 'KENT',' are you looking for a list of birds seen in Kent?
If so we have several knowledgeable Members from there who hopefully may be able to assist.
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Old Sunday 28th December 2003, 23:01   #6
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Pete, here's an American welcome to the forum, too. Birdman has said it all already about the knowledge and friendliness to be found here.

Hope to hear from you more!
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Old Monday 29th December 2003, 06:09   #7
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As you posted under 'KENT',' are you looking for a list of birds seen in Kent?
If so we have several knowledgeable Members from there who hopefully may be able to assist.
Yeah. And I'll try to help too.

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