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Subject: orchids
From: "Peter Adderley" <>
Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2001 09:32:25 +1100
> Good morning all
> I know this is a little off-topic but does anyone out there show visitors
> orchids and insects as well as birds?

Well.. I do. Here's a selection of pics I took at the 1999 Gosford Orchid
and Bromeliad Show:
I also have a few insects on my pages too:

But of course it's a bribe, because I'm looking for something myself ;-)
I am intending to hold a small wetlands exhibition at Killcare NSW in the
spring of next year.
My mother, Judy Adderley, is busily collecting and collating data from a
wide range of sources.
I've become an avid amateur digital photographer over the past few years,
but alas, the wetlands bird species elude my lens.
Would anyone out there be willing to loan or otherwise submit any photos
or diagrams of wetland birds for inclusion into the exhibition?
Alan Morris has thrown his hat in the ring and kindly offered some of his
own photos.
Any images will be gratefully and "clearly" acknowledged to their owners,
photographers or artists.
I am also hoping to compile a multimedia CD containing the exhibition and
any extra data
that will not fit into the physical exhibit.
The proceeds from selling a very limited number of CD will help cover costs,
and the CD will be offered as a community resource.

Peter Adderley

(who can now definitely tell the difference
between a Noisy Friar bird and a Channel Bill.)

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