Tracking Bunyip Birds: Campaign Launch

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Subject: Tracking Bunyip Birds: Campaign Launch
From: Tim Hosking <>
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2014 22:34:00 +0000

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 On Behalf Of Matthew Herring
Sent: Wednesday, 17 September 2014 6:37 AM
Subject: Tracking Bunyip Birds: Campaign Launch

G'day Folks,

Today we're officially launching our crowdfunding campaign - Tracking Bunyip 
Birds - to raise $50 000 so we can satellite track endangered Australasian 
Bitterns. We have 40 days.

Please consider getting behind our project. Pledges start at $20, with each one 
entitling you to different rewards. It would be greatly appreciated if you 
could share this link through your networks because we're going to need a lot 
of help. Our page has a campaign video, a description of the project, details 
of the rewards and a budget.

If we don't reach our $50K target, pledges are not withdrawn from donors and 
the project doesn't go ahead, but if we can make it happen then it's going to 
be a very exciting journey, following the bitterns' movements online. We'll 
learn so much, such as how mobile they are when breeding in the rice, where it 
is they go after rice harvest and which wetlands they depend on during the 
non-breeding season.

Many thanks, Matt - for the Bitterns in Rice Project.

Matt Herring
Wildlife Ecologist
Environmental Education
Murray Wildlife Pty Ltd
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Mobile: 0428 236 563

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