More Stronger Publicity Required To Bird Conservation

To: Vella <>
Subject: More Stronger Publicity Required To Bird Conservation
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Tue, 7 Nov 2000 19:57:23 -0800 (PST)
I wholeheartedly agree with Peter and Edwin and would
like to add my twopenneth worth. If you go into any
Australian School classroom ask this one to all
inside. How much work is done by Australian birds in
the pollination of Australian plants and trees?

My thought is if we do nothing to educate the young
then what chance do we have for our future, this is
said in relation to all enviromental issues. I mean
Bill Gates was young once.

John A. Gamblin.

One small running stride for an Emu one giant leap for
birding Oz.


Vella <> wrote:

I agree with what Peter has said and thank for his
support. There is very little interest in birds in
Australia compared to overseas countries - UK, USA, NZ
etc. This does not mean we expect everyone in Aust. to
be birdo's, but to become more aware of the plight of
our birds and help as much as possible to their
protection. Many Australians are not aware or had the
experience of seeing many of our beautiful birds.

It is vital we make such a step.


2001 a Western Port "Bird Odyssey"

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