Western Port seminar

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Subject: Western Port seminar
From: "J & C Krohn" <>
Date: Thu, 11 Apr 2002 22:01:03 +1000
Just a reminder about this weekend's seminar on 200 years of change in Western Port, being held at the former Cranbourne Shire Offices on Saturday and Sunday.  The other events to commemorate the visit of "le Naturaliste" to Western Port in 1802, at Corinella last Sunday and on French Island to-day (with over 200 Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos over the Macleod Eco Farm and Historic Prison on the south-eastern coast of the island), have been great fun and the seminar should provide a great wrap-up for the week.  Cost for the seminar is $25 per day (includes morning & afternoon teas and lunch) and you can listen to speakers including visiting French scientist Francoise Debard, seal expert Bob Warneke and Richard Loyn talking about birds, as well as hear and see plenty about the wonderful artwork produced by members of the 1802 expedition, among many others.  Give me a call tomorrow at work on 9881 8897 if you'd like more information.
    Jack Krohn
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