RFI Kakadu tours/tour guides

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Subject: RFI Kakadu tours/tour guides
From: Kim Sterelny <>
Date: Tue, 2 Aug 2016 11:54:26 +0000
Hello All

I am posting this on behalf of an old friend. Two women, a biologist (Eva 
Jablonka) and a retired biologist, would like to go on a small group birding or 
more general natural history tour of kakadu. They have in mind something like 
the dates of  5th and the 9 September, though they have some flexibility. They 
would consider either joining a tour already being planned, or hiring a guide 
and vehicle (they would rather not drive in an unknown country themselves). If 
you are such a guide, or know of someone you would like to recommend, please 
contact Eva ; I shall c/c this message to her.

Thanks in advance folks. I can recommend Eva as a naturalist with broad 
interests and enormous enthusiasm. She has co-written (for the biologists out 
there) a terrific book on the role of social learning in animal life called 
Animal Traditions.


Kim Sterelny, School of Philosophy, Research School of the Social Sciences, 
Australian National University, Acton, 0200, ACT, Australia


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