Victorian Twitchathon 2010 & OBP conservation campaign

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Subject: Victorian Twitchathon 2010 & OBP conservation campaign
From: "Tim Dolby" <>
Date: Wed, 8 Sep 2010 16:16:18 +1000
Hi all,

The federal election has just been decided and the Magpies are about to win the 
flag, but everyone knows that the main event is yet to come. The 2010 

In Victoria the dates for the Twitchathon are 5-6 November 2010. There are 2 
races, a 24 hr race and an 8 hr race. So it's time to start organising your 
team, chasing sponsorship, and working out your route. Note that we can allow 
teams to race on an earlier or later weekend if these dates are impossible for 
you to participate.

For documentation see [note that I may haven't had a chance to update this 
documentation (in terms of the dates) however it is still application]:

The major prizes this year are fantastic! A weekend for 2 in Leeton (NSW) and 
free entry to the Australian Birdfair (see AND 
ornithological texts from Andrew Isles Natural History Books (see This year we hope we do better in our money 
raising activities; last we raised a record amount! All money raised from the 
Victorian thon with go to the mainland Orange-bellied Parrot conservation 

Due to the heavy rains across Australia this year I expect the variety of birds 
will be really high, so it looks as though it's going to be a great year to 

See you in the bush.

Tim Dolby

Twitchathon Coordinator
Birds Australia /
H 03 9489 3830
M 0439 729 308

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