I've finally finished uploading the photos from the subantarctic trip
that I went on last year (www.wildlifing.com). This set of photos covers
Campbell Island, subantarctic NZ. It includes Campbell Albatross,
Southern Royal Albatross and Campbell Island Pipit.
The Australian Geographic Society has kindly offered to run a fundraiser
for my Tasmanian Masked Owl project from April til June. In all the
Australian Geographic shops it will be possible to purchase a Masked Owl
sticker as well as donate money to the project. Alternatively, donations
will be accepted by Australian Geographic via snail mail. The project
that I am running is quite costly, vehicle hire, travel costs, tracking
devices etc so I am seeking extra funding wherever I can find it!
There is more information on the project on my website, as well as links
to Australian Geographic for more information.
It is planned to run a long series of masked owl playback surveys across
eastern, central and northern Tasmania over the next 12 months. There
may be opportunities for people to come along with a half-decent chance
of getting to see a masked owl.
Wildlifing: Images of Nature: www.wildlifing.com
Latest Images: Southern Royal Albatross, Campbell Albatross
PhD Candidate- Tasmanian Masked Owl
School of Zoology, University of Tasmania, Private Bag 05, Hobart, Tasmania 7001
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