"Paul Taylor" <>
Sun, 26 Nov 2000 20:09:04 +1100
> My children are members of the Gould League, though at present that mainly
> involves being sent an annual 'certificate' and a little book.
> The Birds Australia logo does appear on this certificate.
The Gould League website is at http://www.gould.edu.au (they are currently
refurbishing the site; only the old site appears to have information at
For those who aren't familiar with them: "The Gould League has been
involved with environmental education since 1909. Beginning as a
bird lovers group, the Gould League is still committed to helping people
care for the environment. The League works with industry, the community,
schools and school children. It produces a comprehensive range of
materials about natural history and the environment as well as
educational materials and programs for schools."
Paul Taylor Veni, vidi, tici -
I came, I saw, I ticked.
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