BA Public Lecture & Vic AGM

Subject: BA Public Lecture & Vic AGM
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Date: Thu, 07 Apr 2005 12:46:43 +1000
Hi All,

Just a quick note to let you know that the next public lecture of Birds 
Australia is on Thursday 14 April 2005 at 8:00pm. We are very fortunate 
to have as our guest speaker Neil MacFarlane, who will discuss long-
term monitoring of Malleefowl in Victoria. The talk will be held at our 
usual venue - the theatrette at Strathcona Grammar School, Scott St, 
Canterbury, Melbourne(Melways Ref. 46 D12).

Neil's talk will provide an understanding of the status, risks and 
opportunities for the Mallee Fowl, as well as the methods of 
monitoring, the results and the long-term trends for this endangered 
species. For more information on how to become a volunteer for the 
Victorian Malleefowl Recovery Group see

Please note also that this months meeting incorporates the Birds 
Australia ? Victoria Annual General Meeting and the election of 
committee members. The positions available for nomination include 
Convenor, Deputy Convenor, Treasurer, Secretary, Newsletter Editors, 
Conservation Committee, Speakers Coordinator, Activities Coordinator, 
Twitchathon Coordinator, and Special projects. To obtain your 
nomination form please contact Doris Graham, email 
 telephone (03) 9482 2112. Nominations must be 
received by the before 7:00 pm Thursday, 14th April 2005, 

Happy birding,

Tim Dolby
Birds Australia - Victoria

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