'Denise Goodfellow' <>, 'Brian & Meg' <>
Philip Veerman <>
Fri, 23 Dec 2016 03:35:48 +0000
That book I referred to, also has a chapter (17 pages) about Moscow. Not by
Nikolai Drozdov. These 2 are the only cities of Russia featured in the book.
I hope no one got the impression that I am going to Russia.......
From: Birding-Aus On Behalf Of
Sent: Friday, 23 December, 2016 1:39 PM To: Brian & Meg Cc: birding-aus
Subject: St Petersburg
Brian and Meg, my only recent Russian contact is Dr. Nikolai Drozdov, a
I can't find my contact details for him, but as far as I know he is still a
professor at Moscow State University, so try there. He and I did some
television work together some years ago, so it might help to mention my
Also I'd suggest that you learn some Russian. Apart from helping to break
down barriers, it's one of the world's most poetic languages.
Denise Lawungkurr Goodfellow
PO Box 71
Darwin River, NT, Australia 0841
043 8650 835
On 23 Dec 2016, at 9:07 am, Brian & Meg <> wrote:
> It seems like there will be lots of Aussies over in St Petersburg next
year. Meg & I will also be there and we're lucky enough to be there twice -
for 3 days towards the end of June and then 2 days during the 2nd week of
July. I've been doing research through eBird and the Net with some success
but it seems that very few birdos write up a report of their travels around
that area. I'll definitely be posting our sightings to eBird when we get
back. We are also interested in this thread so please keep the replies
coming. We'll also be in Moscow for 3 days so would appreciate any help
there as well.
> Brian & Meg
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