Re: Contact guide to help with Kagu

Subject: Re: Contact guide to help with Kagu
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 1997 21:20:49 -0500 (CDT)
You don't need a guide to see a Kagu.  It has become a tourist attraction at 
the parking lot at Le 
Grand Kaori in Riviere Bleue.  The birds come out onto the road at dusk, and 
they are so tame 
that they have been photographed in the same frame with observers.

John Wall
Scarsdale, New York

On 04/10/97 18:22:41 you wrote:
>I am planning to visit New Calidonia this year. Does anyone know a contact
>person who know about  Kagu sites or is working on Kagu conservation (it
>would be handy if someone could guide us to a site for a fee of course)

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