2023 field trips requiring leaders

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Subject: 2023 field trips requiring leaders
From: Sue Lashko via Canberrabirds <>
Date: Tue, 20 Dec 2022 09:52:34 +0000
Many thanks to the extra three people who have volunteered to lead
field trips in the first half of next year.  14 May still requires a
leader and venue.

In addition, after discussions with Julian Teh, the Eden pelagics will
be held in early June, hopefully yielding some different species
including more albatross variety.  That means that March 26 now needs
a venue and a leader.

With the extensive flooding in inland NSW, at this stage it is hard to
know where to hold an Easter camp.  At Easter, public campgrounds are
not an option.  If you know someone who has a property that COG could
camp on, either inland or on the coast, from Good Friday 7 April to
Easter Monday 10 April, and you would be prepared to lead the trip,
please contact me.

Many thanks
Sue Lashko
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