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Heritage Library gets Donation of CD on Trinidad and Tobago Birds

Copies of the recently released CD, Discovering the Birds of Trinidad and Tobago were donated to the Heritage Library by its author and publisher, Mr. Brian Ramsey. This CD contains information on 332 species of birds found in Trinidad and Tobago accompanied by over 820 colour photographs. The CD also contains information and photographs of various tropical plants and animals. A key benefit of the CD is the search engine that allows the user to select any aspect of a bird, such as the colour, habitat, location or any other aspect and find everything on the CD that matches the search term.

The Heritage Library is a Division of the National Library and Information System Authority (NALIS). Its main role is to acquire, preserve and promote information in all formats, on or about Trinidad and Tobago. In addition, the Division houses the Legal Deposit Publications and acts as a national depository and resource for materials published in Trinidad and Tobago.

The CD is the result of several years of research by the author, Mr. Brian Ramsey. It is intended to benefit the casual birdwatcher along with the dedicated environmentalist plus tourists, students, teachers and anyone with an interest in the bird life of Trinidad and Tobago.

The CD is available online at www.birdsoftt.com and at Nigel R Khan Booksellers, Ishmael M. Khan, Asa Wright Nature Center and Classic Booksellers.

Issued 14th December 2006

 

National Library acquires CD on Trinidad and Tobago Birds

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad --- March 3, 2007 -- The National Library Service of Trinidad and Tobago recently acquired copies of the CD, Discovering the Birds of Trinidad and Tobago for use in the public libraries throughout Trinidad and Tobago. The CD is the result of several years of research by the author, Mr. Brian Ramsey and contains information on 332 species of birds found in Trinidad and Tobago accompanied by over 820 colour photographs. A bonus feature of the CD is the information and photographs of various tropical plants and animals.

The Public Libraries Division of the National Library and Information System Authority of Trinidad and Tobago is responsible for administering and coordinating a network of Public Libraries, serving citizens throughout Trinidad. There are 23 public libraries, with twenty of the libraries being located throughout Trinidad and three libraries in Tobago. One of the aims of the Public Libraries division is to provide efficient and reliable access to information to the public, using state of the art technology.

The CD is intended to benefit the casual birdwatcher along with the dedicated environmentalist plus tourists, students, teachers and anyone with an interest in the bird life of Trinidad and Tobago. A key benefit of the CD is the search engine that allows the user to select any aspect of a bird, such as the colour, habitat, location or any other aspect and find everything on the CD that matches the search term.

The Discovering the Birds of Trinidad and Tobago CD is available online at www.birdsoftt.com and at Nigel R Khan Booksellers, Ishmael M. Khan, Asa Wright Nature Center, Paper Based and Classic Booksellers.

 

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