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Pat Folsom <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 18 Jul 2005 11:18:56 -0400
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Hi Everyone,
This is a follow up to Michel's message. I just got the following message
about a new website to order the book. It directs you to order by phone
(800-840-3029). The person who took my order said he was mailing many copies
to VT this week.
Pat Folsom

To oder the book you must go on http://www.multim.com/
It's the new link to order the book.

If you have any problem to access this web site you can contact me at the
phone number mentionne below.

I hope that this information will help you

Nathalie Lapierre for
José Banos
Conseiller en communication / Communication Advisor
Informathèque d'Environnement Canada, région du Québec /
Inquiry Centre, Environment Canada, Quebec region
1141, route de l'Église, 6e étage
Sainte-Foy (Québec) G1V 4H5
Tél. 1 : 800-463-4311
Tél. 2 : 418-648-3492
Télec. / Fax : 418-648-3859
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Michel Bertrand" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Saturday, July 09, 2005 4:09 PM
Subject: [VTBIRD] The most comprehensive atlas at a discount price
(non-profit)


> Hi,
>
> The "Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Southern Québec" is a monumental book
> which has been published in French in 1995 and in English in 1996. That's
> an essential source of information about the Québec avifauna and related
> subjects. One of the most comprehensive bird atlases in the World, the
> 1302
> pages book includes, aside the species by species very complete treatment,
> other detailed chapters about the ornithological history, the concerned
> area (physiography, hydrography, climate, glaciations, subregions, soils,
> vegetation, wet habitats), the effects of Man presence on the environment,
> its natural modifications, the preservation of the environment, the
> methodology, the bird taxonomy, the bird diversity according to habitats
> and some other subjects. And the atlas includes maps for each species,
> graphs, tables plus more than 1400 photos and some 5000 references. The
> book has been edited by Jean Gauthier & Yves Aubry, but is in fact the
> collective work of the Québec ornithological community (including
> ornithologists and birders) which has provided the contents. The datas are
> coming from near to 1000 contributors and have been taken to the published
> form by almost 130 writers. The French edition is now out of print. Copies
> of the English edition are remaining and must be sold quickly because it
> is
> expensive for the AQGO (the Association québécoise des groupes
> d'ornithologues), a non-profit organization, to keep them in a warehouse.
> That's why, we are offering them at the third of the original price what
> means 50$can (60,99$can with GST and shipping) instead of 150$ (167,94$
> all
> included).
>
> If you are interested, go to http://www.aqgo.qc.ca/ and click on the link
> in English (the second one on the page) to obtain all the details about
> how
> to order the atlas.
>
> There will not be a updated edition before many years. The essential work
> which would lead to it is still not planned.
>
> I think I can post that message here because it is more an information
> which can be of interest for birders than a business message and because
> all the profits, going in a special funds managed by AQGO, will be used to
> sustain projects relevant to bird protection.
>
> Good birding...
>
>
> MICHEL BERTRAND, président
> Association québécoise des groupes d'ornithologues
> 4545, Pierre-de-Coubertin [c.p. 1000, succ. M]
> Montréal, Qc - H1V 3R2
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