Papua New Guinea

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Subject: Papua New Guinea
From: Goodfellow <>
Date: Mon, 3 Jun 2002 07:31:38 +0930
Hi All
I'm going to SE Papua New Guinea to help some indigenous people with a 
birdwatching/ecotourism enterprise.  Does anyone know whether tapes or 
CDs of relevant bird calls are available, and if so how I can get hold of 
them?  I'd like to familiarise myself with at least some calls.  Also is 
there any information on flora?  

Also a note on Bob Forsyth's bird - I back Robert Read's statement.  Less 
than a dozen birds were released a decade ago in Alice Springs and within 
a few years there were thousands.  Once such birds became established 
some people like having them around and resist attempts to get rid of 

Denise Goodfellow  (Lawungkurr Maralngurra)
08 89818492

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