RFI: Glossy Black-Cockatoo image

Subject: RFI: Glossy Black-Cockatoo image
Date: Mon, 2 Dec 2013 16:07:00 +1100
A request for list members.

Colleagues here in the Department of Environment & Primary Industries 
(Melbourne) have asked me for an image of Glossy Black-Cockatoos (ideally 
a male & female) for use on a management plan for this species in 
Victoria.  I'm not much of a bird photographer, sol thought Birding-Aus 
might help.

I have been advised that the photographer will be acknowledged in photo 
captions (and where the photo was taken is also sought).

An alternative is for an image of a mature adult bird - large files are 

Would those people with suitable images contact me directly?

Thanks in anticipation.

Martin O'Brien 
Wildlife Biologist, Catchment Governance & Legislation
Department of Environment & Primary Industries
Level 1, 8 Nicholson Street, 
East Melbourne  VIC  3002


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