birding-aus Fw: Quelea quelea - Migrant Pests Workshop - web page

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Subject: birding-aus Fw: Quelea quelea - Migrant Pests Workshop - web page
From: Carol de Bruin <>
Date: Tue, 31 Aug 1999 08:10:57 +0200
Hi there,

In the past year there have been several discussions w r t Quelea quelea and
the controls in Africa. I have provided figures and explanations - as far as
possible - into this phenomenon but for those who are interested hers are
some website so that you can do your own research.

Carol de Bruin

-----Original Message-----
From: Dieter Oschadleus,Bird Ringing Organiser <>
To:  <>
Date: Monday, August 30, 1999 5:19 PM
Subject: Migrant Pests Workshop - web page

>From 24 to 26 March 1999 a Migrant Pests Workshop was held in
Pretoria. It concentrated on quelea, locusts and armyworms.

A full Summary Report from the Workshop, and other details, have been
placed on the internet by Margaret Kieser of the Plant Protection
Research Institute.

The website can be reached via 2 methods....

1.  Access the page, click on the
following links: - "Institutes, Plant Sciences Institutions, Plant
Protection Res Inst., Products and Services, Migrant Pest Workshop"


2.  Access the site directly with

(Apologies to the delegates of the workshop who should have received
the above details directly from Margaret).

Dieter Oschadleus
SAFRING                    tel: (021) 650-2421/2
University of Cape Town    fax: (021) 650-3434
Rondebosch 7700 RSA    cell: 083-285-6889


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