FW: School Science Project on Biodiversity (Attention Melbourne-based bi

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Subject: FW: School Science Project on Biodiversity (Attention Melbourne-based birders only)
From: "Richard Nowotny" <>
Date: Wed, 21 Apr 2010 00:44:13 +1000
I wonder if there is a Melbourne-based birder who has some local knowledge
on the Gardiner's Creek area around Ashburton and East Malvern (see request
below). If so, perhaps they could correspond directly with Peter.  Thanks.

-----Original Message-----
Sent: Tuesday, 20 April 2010 10:31 PM
Subject: School Science Project on Biodiversity

Dear Richard

RE: School Science Project on Biodiversity

Thank you so much for your time last week where you imparted your  
knowledge about reasons for bird life population movements and also  
your offer of placing a request for additional information  
specific to the Gardiner's Creek/Ashburton-East Malvern locale, see  
below, on a chat line to gather further information. I am happy to  
receive any information either via email   <>  
or via phone: 0409 274 476.

"I am doing a science project on Biodiversity.
As a result of noticing more bird life in my local area, Gardiner's  
Creek/Ashburton, I have decided to research the types of species and  
the reasons for their arrival.
I am seeking information from local experts in this field:
.       What particular bird species have become more dominant around  
Gardiner's Creek/local area, and why these particular species?
.       Has this affected other species? Which ones? How has it affected

If anyone can assist with local knowledge and information concerning  
the questions I am investigating, I would very much appreciate your  
response. Could the source of information be included also? If you  
could direct me to appropriate websites or literature, it would be  
greatly appreciated.
I am happy to receive any feedback regarding this project either via  
my email address <> or via telephone: 0409  
274 476.
I am hoping to conclude my research by the 2nd of May.
Many thanks, Peter"


Peter Smart


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