Presentations for annual COG Members' Night

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Subject: Presentations for annual COG Members' Night
From: jandaholland--- via Canberrabirds <>
Date: Mon, 6 Dec 2021 21:50:31 +0000

Good morning COG members


There has been a very limited response so far to my call (see below), in both the December issue of Gang-gang, and in the e-mail that alerted members to its availability, for presentations at the above meeting to be held at the St James Hall, Curtin from 7:30 pm on Wednesday 12 January.


So that this very popular meeting can be a success, as it has been in the past, I would be very grateful if you could please carefully consider whether you may have something to present that would be of interest to other members.


I am more than happy to discuss any possibility with you, including at the COG Christmas get-together tomorrow evening.


Many thanks for your kind consideration.


Jack Holland  



COG MEMBERS’ NIGHT, 7:30 pm, 12 January 2021


A program will be drawn up allowing COG members to contribute short presentations (about 10-15 minutes long) on a range of bird related topics.


So if you have a favourite birding moment for 2021, some special photos to share with members, a birding story to tell, or anything that you think might be of interest to other members, please:


Contact Jack Holland by E-mail on m("","jandaholland");">) as soon as possible.


Members who have not presented to COG before are especially encouraged.




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