invitation Bird of the Arctic Tundra

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Subject: invitation Bird of the Arctic Tundra
From: "Phil Straw" <>
Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 22:56:32 +1100

      ?Birds of the Arctic Tundra ? a link with Australia?
      Manning Clark Centre, Australian National University

At 6:30 pm (for 7:00pm start) on Saturday 13th December a special
presentation ?Birds of the Arctic Tundra ? a link with Australia? has been
organised as a lead up to the Australasian Shorebird Conference. Featuring
well known scientists Dr Bob Gill from the US National Parks Service, Alaska
and Dr Evgeny Syroechkovski from the Russian Academy of Science. They will
give us an insight into the birds of the Arctic tundra with some spectacular
images of the Arctic and its birds. The high Arctic regions of Siberia and
Alaska is where birds arrive, nest and rear their young, then fly south
again, all within two months in which the area is free from snow.

Admission is free to delegates of the Australian Shorebird Conference and $5
per person for members of birds clubs and the public. As seats are limited
you are invited to register ASAP by contacting Barbara Allan 02 6254 6520 or

For registration details for the Australasian Shorebird Conference please
check our website:  contact Barbara Allan (Canberra)
02 6254 6520 or email:  or Phil Straw (Sydney) 02 9597
7764 or email: 

Phil Straw

P.O. Box 2006
Rockdale Delivery Centre
Rockdale, NSW 2216
Tel: 02 9597 7765
Mobile: 0411 249 075

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