Serventy Medal

To: "birding-aus" <>
Subject: Serventy Medal
Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2007 20:48:31 +1100
  Just a note to let birding aus readers know that the winner of the 2007 
Serventy Medal is a long time birder, Lindsay Smith from SOSSA. Lindsay 
received the medal yesterday from the NSW environment minister Bob Debus at a 
luncheon at Parliament house Sydney. Lindsay has worked with Albatross for over 
20 yrs and the Wollongong seabird study is the longest seabird study in the 
world now into it's 50th year. It was the first time I have seen the old sea 
dog lost for words and I wonder if he will be wearing the medal ( which must 
weigh about 1 kg) on next Sat boat trip! Lindsay and Janice work hard to keep 
SOSSA afloat with their talks,monthly boat trips and banding trips to five 
islands and it was great to see their hard work recognized.   Regards Terrill

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