birding-aus I want your two penny worth !

To: All <>, Hilary Richrod <>, Hilary Richrod <>
Subject: birding-aus I want your two penny worth !
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Thu, 17 Jun 1999 02:39:59 -0700 (PDT)
Reminds me of the old sign seen in the ABC series "Dad's Army" " We
Want You" as the finger points straight at you.

Anyways, if you have any good ideas re :

The an event that is planned for October/November 1999

Promoting Birding Australia and the
Mornington Peninsula Library System then let me hear them please.

Please reply to John A. Gamblin
by email at

I have some so let me know what you think. 

Competitions to be run with birding books and audio tapes as prizes.
Local school art competitions.
Birding Weekends on the Mornington Peninsula.
Contacting Local Press and Radio Media re this event.
Special bird " Spot the bird day " a witness required or photographic
proof needed.
Children's art and craft bird making.
Bird story writing.
Adult and juvenile best bird photograph competition with age levels
Songs and Music of bird dedication competition.
In conjunction with the every Tuesday, Market day, a High Street stall
for Birding Australia.
Contact local gardeners and garden suppliers, arborists, and
Which tree attracts which bird.
Contact Greening Australia.

All funds raised to go to Birding Australia.
This and more could so easily be done.
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