Your Canberra Bird Notes - call for contributions

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Subject: Your Canberra Bird Notes - call for contributions
From: Michael Lenz via Canberrabirds <>
Date: Tue, 2 Feb 2021 07:52:50 +0000

Dear chatline Readers

This is the first call for contributions for the next issue of Canberra Bird Notes (CBN): Major articles based on your observations and field work, observations of interesting or unusual sightings, notable bird behaviour etc., book reviews and topics of wider interest for discussion are all welcome.

As you will have seen, Chris Davey reported in the latest issue of the  Gang-gang  Newsletter in his "Notice to Members" that the Annual Bird Report (ABR) 2019-20 (the ABR usually comprises the 1st issue of a volume of Canberra Bird Notes) will have to be delayed for a number of reasons (see:, page 8).

This opens up the possibility of having the space of three issues of CBN of volume 46 (2021) available for general contributions.

Could I please ask anyone thinking of writing a piece for CBN to please contact me as early as possible, best by email to discuss the time by when your contribution will be needed.

If you have a contribution ready for submission, please send it by email to either:


You can also contact me by phone on 6249 1109 to discuss any queries you may have regarding a potential contribution to CBN.


Michael Lenz

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