A landmark day and a time to celebrate one of my entire life's greatest

To: "Donald G. Kimball" <>, Birding Aus <>
Subject: A landmark day and a time to celebrate one of my entire life's greatest adventures
From: Denise Goodfellow <>
Date: Mon, 18 Apr 2011 03:22:23 +0930
Congratulations on finishing such a momentous task.  It was a pleasure to be
able to help.
Warm regards

Denise Lawungkurr Goodfellow
PO Box 3460 NT 0832, AUSTRALIA
Ph. 61 08 89 328306
Mobile: 04 386 50 835

Birdwatching and Indigenous tourism consultant
PhD Candidate (Southern Cross University, NSW)
Interpreter/transcriber, Lonely Planet Guide to Aboriginal Australia
Vice-chair, Wildlife Tourism Australia
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"The surest way to corrupt a youth is to instruct him
to hold in higher regard those who think alike
than those who think differently."

on 17/4/11 3:56 PM, Donald G. Kimball at  wrote:

> I recently finished 2 years at the editing table completing my DVD
> series *Australia
> - Discovering the World of Parrots.*  The series has launched and is now
> available to the general public. Its with as much gratitude as I can
> possibly express that I offer my thanks to the fantastic Australian birding
> community for its vital and valuable help for the project. Without all of
> you at Birding-Aus this project would never have been.
> Although I had strategized as carefully as possible before leaving
> California, much of my planning ended up being last minute. Where else on
> the planet could you literally ask for help with a species while on the
> internet at a caravan park in the evening and by the next morning have not
> only one but several answers with directions to find a species.  Such is the
> comradery and helpfulness of Birding-Aus.
> First and foremost a round of applause and thanks to Russell Woodford and
> his entire staff that operate this site. Without them I would have been in
> sorry shape without this tool to offer me guidance in the field.
> Special thanks to Gregory Little who not only offered his support along the
> way on both the WA desert travel but also in Far North Queensland.  Without
> Greg's eyes and ears there would be no Princess footage in the series, and
> Palm cockatoo footage would have been sorely lacking.
> I would also like to personally thank the following who contributed
> sightings and recommendations on where to find many parrot species:  *Please
> forgive me if for some reason I may have overlooked someone.  Its
> unintentional and if you contributed even a brief suggestion for me it was
> taken to heart and with thanks.*
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> *Philip Brook *
> *Akos Lumnitzer*
> *Alan Richards*
> *Don McKenna*
> *David Simpson*
> *Darren Smith*
> *Arwen B. Ximenes*
> *Mark Holdsworth*
> *Matt Webb*
> *Shane Pinner*
> *Brian & Vickey Bilney*
> *Mike Carter*
> *Richard Chilton*
> *Don Hadden*
> *Dennis Lomman*
> *Lyle Stromsodt*
> *Mike & Sandy Clinch*
> *John Graff*
> *Frank O'Connor*
> *Michael Corkill*
> *Steve Milpacher*
> *Denise Goodfellow*
> *Grant Brosie*
> *Tony Kinread*
> *Charlie King*
> *Tony Russell*
> *David Stowe*
> *Australian Bird Atlas Committee*
> *John Cook*
> *Richard Hall*
> *Geoff Gates*
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> If you have any questions about the series or would like to know more about
> it you are welcome to email me at
> You can also see my blog if you like and learn more about my adventure (I
> think lots of you know much about it already!) So hope you arent tired of
> hearing from me about your gorgeous parrots and bird life.
> Many thanks to each and everyone of you!
> Don Kimball
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