Notes on a web journey

posted on: 25 March 2009

2009 Big Garden Birdwatch

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Greenfinches

During January, Guardian readers posted hundreds of brilliant photos of garden birds on our Flickr group to coincide with the RSPB's annual Big Garden Birdwatch. After whittling them down to a shortlist of 10, Johnmullin's superb shot of greenfinches in flight was voted for by you as the winner.

Top 10 photos from the 2009 Big Garden Birdwatch

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posted on: 21 January 2009

Birds of New Zealand

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A post on New Zealand birds via BibliOdyssey :

New Zealand birds - Black fantail and Pied fantail

Birds of New Zealand

At the bottom of the page a link to NZTEC - “free online archive of New Zealand and Pacific Islands texts and heritage materials, which offers an ever expanding, fully searchable, set of images and full-text books, manuscripts and journals [..] contains over 2,600 texts (around 65,000 pages)”

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