Re: publicity/appeal to young birders

To: "Birding-aus" <>
Subject: Re: publicity/appeal to young birders
From: "Ralph REID" <>
Date: Fri, 24 Nov 2000 09:19:12 +1100
>For what it is worth a believe whilst so many folk are interested in
>attracting native birds to their backyards  means the interest  from the
>young will be nutured.

In the on-going discussion about publicity and interesting young persons in
conservation and birding, I don't recall that there has been any mention of
the Gould League.

Are they still active and, if so, what is their range/types of activities?

I remember about 15 years ago I got a series of bird posters from them and
hung them up at various spots around my section in factory in which I then
worked.  They were points of great interest; one could very often see
passers-by standing looking at them.


Ralph Reid

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