Ashmore Reef Oct 2014

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Subject: Ashmore Reef Oct 2014
From: Jenny Spry <>
Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2014 14:46:26 +1000
Hi all,

Following up on an earlier email I have just found out there are still 2
spots left on this October's trip. If you are interested please contact
George Swann at:

If you want to see how hard the trip is going to be (smile), have a look at
the boat on the brochure at George's website, talk about a beautiful
looking birdwatching come tropical cruising boat:
The brochure shows details for last April's trip. This trip is 19th to 28th

Can't you just imagine sitting on that top deck as cetacean, turtles, sea
snakes and tropical birds pass us in the sunshine? - whoops, sorry about
that embarrassing bit of rave, I am totally biased 'cos I have done the
trip once already and want to make sure this trip happens (smile).

But there is a serious side to the trip too. The trips have been going
every October or November since the 1990s, at least, and as George Swann
said in an email "I think its important that we keep the trip going every
year as it keeps Ashmore in Australian Birders mind plus we continue to
collect data that is building into a huge data set for the Islands and the
Browse Basin that is undergoing massive development with the oil and gas


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