Cape York - Volunteers wanted in December

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Subject: Cape York - Volunteers wanted in December
From: Russell Woodford <>
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2008 15:56:32 +1100
Apologies for cross posting - Birds Australia Members may have already received this request.

During the last Atlas Stephen Garnett organised some wet season surveys in parts of Cape York. The surveys around Princess Charlotte Bay are going to be repeated in the first two weeks of December. (We had a fantastic experience last time and actually found where Star Finches disappeared to in the wet). If you wish to be involved you should contact Justin perry at . You will need your own 4WD but some expenses will be met.

Justin Perry
CSIRO - Sustainable Ecosystems
Davies Laboratory
University Drive, Douglas
Townsville, QLD 4814

Ph:   07 47538554
Fax:  07 47538600
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