Wed, 22 Apr 1998 09:42:55 +1000
From: Ian on 22/04/98 09:42 am
Subject: Calling birds
Once again, I am asking for help from birding-aussers on behalf of the BBC,
which is still working on a new David Attenborough series, The Life of
Birds. They are very keen to get close shots of Laughing Kookaburras and,
if possible Eastern Whipbirds, calling. It does not matter if the birds
are in captivity (ie nature parks, sanctuaries etc), but birds in natural
surroundings are preferred. I imagine that picnic areas or other sites
where the birds are used to human activity would be best.
Any sites in eastern Australia would be suitable.
Any assistance gratefully accepted.
Please reply direct to me.
Wildlife Damage Control Officer
Secretary/Treasurer, BIRDS Australia Parrot Association
Department of Natural Resources and Environment
4/250 Victoria Parade
EAST MELBOURNE VIC 3002
Phone 613 9412 4429
Fax 613 9412 4586
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