Re: Articles, photographs and regent honeyeaters

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Subject: Re: Articles, photographs and regent honeyeaters
From: (Glen Ingram)
Date: Thu, 12 Jun 1997 01:16:34 +1000
The Editor of WILDLIFE AUSTRALIA , a non-profit magazine, which is
published by two non-profit organizations, the Wildlife Preservation
Society and the Queensland Museum, is looking for articles and photographs
for the magazine. The Editor, Michelle Ryan, who is a highly talented
redactor, with spectacular visual communications staff support, says, that
although the organizations are non-profit, they pay their authors and
photographers. Their emphasis is Australian but international submissions
are solicited.

Michelle has been highly excited by hearing of the chat on Birding-Aus
about Regent Honeyeaters at Glen Davis and has asked, "WHO can write her an
article on these spectacular birds." I would but I.. I.. I am an invalid

As well I am at Glen Davis myself. Make way for my wheel chair!!!!!!!!

Please reply to her direct on: Michelle Ryan <>

Also, from next issue I will be reviewing natural history (in the true
sense of the word) websites: professional and personal, profit and
non-profit. I will appreciate anyone drawing my attention to any deserving,
or quality, sites, including there own or schools. I will also be reviewing
nature lists, their kingpins, clients, and exposing  their hopes and

Dr Glen Ingram
Senior Curator of Vertebrates,
Queensland Museum.
Brisbane, Australia.
 (work, but convalescing)

"Dinner, a time when one should eat wisely but not too well, and talk well
but not too wisely" W. Somerset Maugham.

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