Media request

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Subject: Media request
From: Janine Duffy <>
Date: Fri, 3 Jul 2015 10:02:04 +0000
Hi all

I've been contacted by a photojournalist for the Herald Sun wanting to do a 
photo essay on urban wildlife. He is wanting to photograph birds and mammals in 
a street setting in Melbourne city and suburbs. Eg a Tawny Frogmouth in a 
street tree with houses in the background. He assures me it will be a 
celebration of urban wildlife, not a demonization of them.

Does anyone have any reliable locations for raptors/owls/tawnies or other 
interesting birds? Same for mammals - he really wants koalas, kangaroos & 
wombats but I've told him that might not be possible.

If you can contact me, I can pass it on directly, or I can give him your 
contact details so you can be present (to ensure the camera team behave.!) I 
have already briefed him on good wildlife etiquette, but you can't trust 
photographers (especially tabloid!)

All the best, Janine
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