Continuing Radio National bird series

Subject: Continuing Radio National bird series
Date: Tue, 28 May 2002 09:12:53 +1000
As Sean Dooley mentioned last week the Radio National program "Bush 
Telegraph" (airing 11.00AM every Friday) interviewed him last Friday as 
part of their on-going bird series.  To quote their reporter in an e-mail 
to me this morning "We did interview the twitchers last week and they were 
fabulous... both 
Sean Dooley and Mike Carter were passionate and fun.. it was a great 
interview, so a big thankyou for their details."

Sean and Mike were initially meant to supplement a program they are 
putting together on the Birds Aust. Outback Twitchathon to be held in late 
July.  Apparently the producers decided that they warranted their own 

This coming Friday I will be interviewed about the Outback Twitchathon 
(all proceeds to the ongoing upkeep of Newhaven).  They will be also 
interviewing David Baker-Gabb live from Gluepot about arid Australian 
birds and the conservation issues facing these birds.  One of the reasons 
for running an Outback Twitchathon was to raise awareness of our arid 
birds in this the "Year of the Outback".

In a fortnight another program will be aired featuring a visit to Werribee 
with Kevin Wood.  My only regret is that the timing of this program means 
that those of us at work miss it.  The only one I have been able to catch 
was the program on Good Friday when they featured the Capertee Valley 
Regent Honeyeater Project!

If you are able, tune into Radio National 11.00AM Friday.



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