To: "Birding Aus" <>
Subject: publicity
From: "Peter Waanders" <>
Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2000 11:24:04 +1030
Allright guys, who's going to pick up the ball and roll with it?
It seems to me that most - if not all - subscribers who have commented on the subject agree that getting some "well known" personality to promote birds & related subjects is the way to go. However, it's easier said than done - we mere mortals can easily send our ideas into cyberspace but what we really need is someone with the right contacts, or an organisation that can create these contacts, to take this on board & pursue it further.
Need I say anymore? Didn't Graham Harrington write something along similar lines in Wingspan not long ago? What do you think Hugo?

Peter Waanders
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