To: Birding Aus <>
Subject: guiding
From: Denise Goodfellow <>
Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2011 06:00:45 +0930
Hi all
As part of my PhD research, I sent a questionnaire to American birders.  One
question was about what respondents wanted in a guide.

Knowledge of birds came first, followed by the free sharing of knowledge,
treating the country with respect, and safety.

I¹d like to know how others feel about guides.  If you¹ve used a guide, did
you pick a particular one, for example?   And if so, why?

Denise Lawungkurr Goodfellow B.A. Grad.Dip.Arts
1/7 Songlark Street, Bakewell NT 0832, AUSTRALIA
Ph. 61 08 89 328306
Mobile: 04 386 50 835

Birdwatching and Indigenous tourism consultant
PhD Candidate (Southern Cross University, NSW)
Interpreter/transcriber, Lonely Planet Guide to Aboriginal Australia
Vice-chair, Wildlife Tourism Australia
For copies of Birds of Australia¹s Top End or Quiet Snake Dreaming, visit

"The surest way to corrupt a youth is to instruct him
to hold in higher regard those who think alike
than those who think differently."


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