The Australian Wildlife Sound Recording Group is definitely still active.
We have just held a conference on the South Coast of NSW. All up we have
about 60 members. We produce a journal and a CD of members' recordings,
twice a year. Membership is around $25 a year but I will have to
double-check that. Bill Rankin is Journal Editor, I am the Sound Editor,
and Fred van Gessel is Secretary/Treasurer. If you can't contact Fred
regarding membership, just get back to me and I'll sort things out.
Australian Wildlife Sound Recording Group
on 29/10/03 9:23 AM, Nigel Coates at wrote:
Hello All, just new to this list...
I've worked in Video Production for 10 years, but as a mad enthusiast for
Nature and Music, Im looking for my next hobby project to fuse 'Bird Calls
and Percussion' on CD.
I searched the archives of Birding-Aus and found references to the
'Australian Wildlife Sound Recording Group (AWSRG)' but the email contacts
listed are bouncing.
If the AWSRG is still active, I would love to talk to someone about
membership, and ask for a few pointers to give me a head start.
Also, are there any established groups who are bird watching around the Gold
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