Interpretive Birding Talks

Subject: Interpretive Birding Talks
From: Russell Woodford <>
Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2000 15:56:05 +1000
Hi all

Last night I was lucky enough to catch up with Jim Davis at the Geelong Field Nat's where he gave a talk on Interpretive Birding. I was inspired!! Jim's presentation was thought-provoking and backed by an enormous amount of research and study, and I can only urge you all to try to get to one of his talks - he's in Victoria for a little longer then heads north again.

The whole idea of observing and describing behaviour seems so logical for those of us seriously interested in native birds - but I wonder how many of us really document this sort of thing properly. Anyway, I can recommend Interpretive Birding as a way of life for anybody who wants to learn more, contribute to our broader understanding of birds, or just wants something to do in between ticks...

Russell Woodford

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