|Subject:||Wingspan Reader Survey|
|Date:||Thu, 24 Jun 2010 12:40:04 +1000 (EST)|
Just a reminder to any Birds Australia members who have not yet filled out their readers' surveys, that they need to be in by July 1. We are getting a great response, both in numbers and the quality of the comments, which will aid us greatly as we navigate Wingspan into what looks like a very exciting future. The magazine is currently undergoing a redesign- its first in over 13 years- to keep it fresh and build on the high quality of the existing version, and investigations are underway to try and broaden the magazine's availability to an audience wider than the Birds Australia membership.
This is a great chance for those who read the magazine to have a say on what they would like to see going forward. And there is also the chance for one respondent to win a brilliant prize of a trip to O'Reilly's. So fill in those forms sent with the June issue of Wingspan or go to https://www.survey-monkey.com/s/wingspanreadersurvey to fill out the survey online.
Cheers, Sean Dooley, Editor, Wingspan
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