Conference at Albury Wodonga

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Subject: Conference at Albury Wodonga
From: "Lorraine Cairnes" <>
Date: Fri, 3 Oct 2003 17:11:40 +1000

I just received a notice of a FREE one-day conference "BIODIVERSITY IN THE
BASIN" on Thursday 13 November 2003 at the Albury-Wodonga Campus, Charles
Sturt University, with some interesting bird-related sessions:

Dr David Roshier - Waterfowl movements in natural and agricultural

Dr Iain Taylor - Waterbird ecology and wetland conservation

Matt Herring - Conservation of brolgas and wetland habitats in Southern NSW
and Northern Vic

Natasha Schedvin - Life on the edge - habitat requirements of barking owls
in NE Victoria

Alex Drew - Importance of travelling stock reserves for woodland birds

The conference "highlights the applied research on biodiversity conservation
being conducted in the Murray-Darling Basin, by the Johnstone Centre for
Research in Natural Resources and Society at Charles Sturt University".

The conference web site is


Lorraine Cairnes

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