I work regularly with albatrosses through SOSSA and have a lot of
pics. I also have a presentation that I can send you if you are keen
to use a laptop and data projector.
There are many websites along with these that have stats on Albatross
conservation and I have had an article published in Club Marine
magazine about Albatross conservation which I would also be happy to
send you in PDF format.
Please let me know if you require any of these and I would be happy to
send them to you.
Subject: Re: [Birding-Aus] albatrosses
Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 11:53:36 +1000
>Lorne, the following web sites offer some good material esp quotes
>and pics on albatrosses.
>Agreement on the Conservation of Albatrosses and Petrels -
>Albatrosses By-catch bibliography -
>Information on Wandering Albatross -
>Recovery Plan for Albatrosses and Giant-Petrels -
>Southern Oceans Seabird Study Association -
>Wildlife Biologist - Threatened Species & Communities Section
>Department of Sustainability and Environment
>2/8 Nicholson St. (PO Box 500),
>East Melbourne 3002
>Tel: 9637 9869
>Hello bird lovers... Lorne here...
>On Wednesday afternoon, at the school where I teach, St. Aloysius
>Sydney, I'm presenting a forty minute lecture on albatross to 140
>old boys as an intro to our topic of The Sea and The Rhyme of the
>I've pretty much got all I want to say in my head, but would love
>suggestions re. info that the boys should know or stuff that would
>them enthralled during my chat as most would be prefering to play
>Box or looking at Zoo magazine or shooting sparrows with air
>Can anyone give me up to date stats on numbers of albatross in the
>world... general conservation info...any websites I can suggest
>look at etc.????
>This is an important opportunity to spread info on these majestic
>so the boys can think about conservation in the future, so any
>be deeply appreciated.
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