Fwd: Casa Vogue Italian magazine

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Subject: Fwd: Casa Vogue Italian magazine
From: Peter Waanders <>
Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2010 16:49:36 +1030
Hi, I received this message, but as there are very few bowerbirds in South
Australia, am unable to assist. These guys were happy for me to forward it
to b-a so anyone who may be able to assist please contact them directly.


Peter Waanders

Southern Birding Services

PO Box 420
Waikerie, 5330 South Australia

mob.: 0409 763172

sat.: 0424 212889

SA Birding:

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From: Angela Maria Piga <>
Date: Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 22:22
Subject: Casa Vogue Italian magazine

Dear Sir, dear Madam,

I am an Italian contributor to the interior magazine "Casa Vogue" (Condé
Nast). The magazine come out twice a year with Vogue Italy and it publishes
articles on houses that have an interesting  story to tell. I would like to
propose to the magazine an article on the bower birds' bowers and on their
beautiful and surprising way to decorate their own homes for the females
they want to attract. The magazine's policy is to take any editorial
decision on the basis of the images I can let them view before. I am
therefore looking for an ornithologist or a publisher or a searcher who may
have some images that represent the bowers. In fact, I found some nice
pictures on the birds, but the wonderful sets they prepare inside the bowers
are not visible enough to be seen and fully recognized. Do you have some
images on the bowers in your archive, or would you suggest me a person who
might have such images?

I thank you for the consideration and I look forward to hearing from you.

Best regards,

Angela Piga

Ph. +39 339 4998229
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