|Subject:||Your Canberra Bird Notes - Second call for contributions to the mid-year 2017 issue|
|From:||Michael Lenz <>|
|Date:||Wed, 19 Apr 2017 05:20:35 +0000|
This is teh second call for contributions to the mid-year issue (July 2017) of Canberra Bird Notes.
Major articles or notes on aspects of the biology, behaviour, status, distribution, or identification of birds in the ACT and surrounding region are welcome.
Book reviews and other contributions (for example letters to the editor) are also encouraged.
You can send your contributions to
either: or m("gmail.com","michael.lenz.birds");" target="_blank">mi
You can also contact me by phone on 6249 1109 if you have any questions or issues about a contribution you want to write.
Contributions should reach the editor no later than 30 May 2017.
Editor Canberra Bird Notes
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