ABSA Regent Honeyeater Workshop

Subject: ABSA Regent Honeyeater Workshop
From: "Karen Bayly" <>
Date: Tue, 4 Aug 1998 11:00:19 GMT+1000
The Australian Bird Study Association conducts annual workshops
relating to an aspect of bird research.  Recent workshops have 
been to Iron Range and Little Desert.  The next workshop is to be 
held in the Capertee Valley, about three hours west of Sydney.

The goal of the workshop will to investigate various aspects of the
biology and ecology of both breeding and non-breeding Regent
Honeyeaters in different habitats and will focus on the current 
colour-banding studies of Regent Honeyeaters in the Capertee area.  
This will be a perfect opportunity for anyone wanting to assist in 
straightforward research of an endangered species while providing an 
insight into the behaviour of these honeyeaters.  Data collected will 
be workshopped during the week and subsequently written up.
The workshop will conducted over the week Saturday 3 to Friday 9 
October 1998.  Participants are welcome to attend for the long 
weekend only or for the whole week.  Accommodation will be available 
in a self contained cottage although limited places are available, or 
camping  around the cottage.

Enquiries regarding the workshop, and expressions of interest in
attending, can be directed to David Geering. Phone (03) 9412 4297
or Freecall 1800 621056 or email 

Karen L. Bayly
Ecology Lab
School of Biological Sciences
Phone: 61 2 9850-8191 or 61 2 9850-9441
Fax:   61 2 9850-8245
Email:  OR

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