NT Visit

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Subject: NT Visit
From: Angus Innes <>
Date: Wed, 6 Oct 2010 18:32:39 +0000
A collegue of mine in the Environment Agency of England and Wales, Alastair 
Driver, who happens to be the Agency's Manager of Conservation and also an 
excellent birder and all round naturalist, is making a trip to the Top End 
shortly - for his private birding and natural history purposes.  He will be 
there for a week from October 15th to the 22nd. On a previous trip to 
Queensland I was able to help him with local birding contacts. I havn't lived 
in the Territory for a few decades and have lost my Darwin contacts. Obviously 
he will go to Kakadu for a couple of days, but if any Top Enders are making a 
birding trip out of Darwin during that period I know that he would very much 
appreciate the company and the local knowledge. If anyone was able to respond, 
I would be delighted to act as the connection.

With thanks to anyone able to help, Angus Innes (currently UK based).

(By the by, his main purpose of travel to Australia is to give a presentation 
on the Clean up and Rebirth of the River Thames to an international forum in 
Perth, a project in which he has been highly involved for over twenty years. He 
has also served as a national lead on a multi agency project for the 
restoration of Water Vole numbers in the rivers of the UK, from which it was 
heading for extinction due to the depredations of the introduced Nth American 
Mink and habitat destruction. An enthusiastic sportsman he has found a few 
young Aussies work and a place with his local cricket club in Berkshire.)
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