Re: australasian Seabird Group Newsletter

To: David James <>
Subject: Re: australasian Seabird Group Newsletter
From: Philip M Hansbro <>
Date: Mon, 29 Jun 1998 10:15:25 +0100 (BST)
Hi David
I would like to be on the seabird directory. I currently live in the UK
but I will be returning to Australia. I led the Wollongong and Sydney
pelagics from 1994-1996.

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Dept of Pathology        I               01223 514434
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On Sun, 28 Jun 1998, David James wrote:

> Hello seabird people,
> I have recently taken over as editor of the Australasian Seabird Group
> Newsletter (ASGN). (ASG is a special interest group of Birds Australia).
> The ASGN carries papers, notes, notices and other material on the seabirds
> of Australasia and surrounding areas. 
> In the future I hope to see ASGN carrying  regular columns such as  a
> round-up of pelagic trips, a round-up of banding recoveries, recent
> literature and book reviews. Articles are published on distribution,
> seasonality, breeding ecology,  diet, and identification. Research results,
>  research overviews, planned student projects, incidental observations and
> literature reviews are encouraged. This is a newsletter and just about
> anything to do with seabirds will be considered.  And of course, YOUR
> suggestions regarding content will be gratefully received. 
> The ASGN has been without an editor for some time and issues are overdue.
> There is much to be done before the next issue is produced, so my plan is
> to produce the next one (issue no. 33) in October 1998. Then, we should be
> back on our regular schedule of semi-annual publication in April and
> October each year.  The deadline for issue 33 is September first (but I am
> willing to negotiate) and then deadlines for April and October issues are
> March first and September first respectively. More detailed editorial
> guidelines are in preparation and can be sent to you upon request. Needless
> to say, any copy you can provide for the next issue would be most welcome. 
> I am compiling an email directory of Australasian seabird people to foster
> communications about ASG and seabirds in general.  You do not have to be an
> ASG member to be on the email directory. If you would like to be on the
> email directory please reply directly to me.  If you know of someone
> interested in seabirds who is not on Birding-Aus please forward a copy of
> this message to them.
> I hope to hear from you soon,
> Subscription to ASG is A$15 per year (Aus and NZ residents), which includes
> two issues of the newsletter. Further details can be obtained from:
> Membership Services
> Birds Australia, 
> 415 Riversdale Road 
> Hawthorn East, 
> Vic 3123.
> Or Heather Gibbs,
> The Treasurer, Australasian Seabird Group,
> Hope to hear from you soon,
> David James
> PO BOX 5225
> Townsville Mail Centre 4810

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