Birds in urban areas - public talk in Melbourne tonight

Subject: Birds in urban areas - public talk in Melbourne tonight
From: Hugo Phillipps <>
Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2003 10:14:06 +1000
Hi everybody -

The message below was forwarded to us by Jack Krohn. Sorry for the extremely short notice - the talk is THIS EVENING - but some of you may be both interested and able to attend.


Gidday folks,

I am giving a public talk on Wednesday the 20th of August (What you sow you shall reap, encouraging native birds into urban areas) on some research my group have been doing on urban environments and bird populations. It may be of interest to councils because it examines the relationship between streetscape plantings and biodiversity.

You are invited and if you can think of others that may find this of interest please pass this message on.

The talk is at 7:30 at the Burwood campus of Deakin University in Lecture Theatre 1 (Melways 61 B5 and Map 477). There is free parking, and signs will be up to guide you to the room.


Dr John White
Associate Head of School (Teaching and Learning) and Lecturer in Wildlife Ecology
School of Ecology & Environment
Deakin University
221 Burwood Highway
Burwood, Victoria 3125

Phone: 03 9251 7625
Mobile: 0413 454 338

Hugo Phillipps
Communications Coordinator
Birds Australia
415 Riversdale Road
Hawthorn East 3123, Australia
Tel: (03) 9882 2622, fax: (03) 9882 2677
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