Wildlife Information (fwd)

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Tue, 19 Nov 1996 07:33:06 WST
From: Victor Guest <vic@daena.eepo.com.au>
To: Permaculture WA <perma@eepo.com.au>
Subject: Wildlife Information (fwd)

Date: 16 Nov 1996 02:02:56
Reply-To: Conference "chrm.general" <chrm-general@igc.apc.org>
From: KingFsher@aol.com
Subject: Wildlife Information


     In case you missed it, WILDLIFE ECOLOGY Digest is available ~free~ for
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     We now have 5,400 members on the list (Including wildlife professionals,
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information on this service (plus over 200 links to other wildlife/ecological
  Here is a sample list of topics from the lastest issue (#28) of WED:

  1. Passenger Pigeon Extinction
  2. Lay-Person's Manual To Wildlife Census
  3. Hunting
  4. RFI: Bahama Bats
  5. Re: Frog Deformities
  6. Crocodiles (and geckoes)
  7. Wildlife Related Web Sites
  8. Export Of The Adelaide Rosella Parrot In South Australia
  9. Researcher cautions against flying-fox "rabies" panic
10. Behavior of Crows And Ravens
11. Course On Biodiversity In Mexico
12. Fisheries And Wildlife Correspondence Courses Available
13. Seeking Position In The Environmental Field
14. Re: Sick Red-Footed Tortoise
15. Golden Eagles Attacking Sandhill Cranes
16. RFI: Possible Crow Season in Nevada
17. Coyote Killing Contest in Colorado
18. Pronghorn are Bovids
19. Re: Fire Supression And Pileated Woodpeckers
20. RFI: Big Cats In India
21. Percentage of Hunters in the Population
22. Re: Hunting And Wildlife Conservation
23. Colonies Of Bats Need A New Home
24. World-wide Web Meeting on Amphibian Monitoring and Deformed Frogs
25. Fox Pens
26. Job Announcement (Field Biologist Needed)
27. Correct Authority names Found!
28. Re: Hunters and Conservation
29. Harmony in Disneyland (Hunting)
30. Caviar Trade Endangers Caspian Sea Sturgeons
31. Re: Treated wood/Reproductive success of birds
32. American Sycamore Tree (Platanus occidentalis)
33. RFI: Snapping Turtles
34. Asiatic Marbled Murrelet
35. Imports of Atlantic Salmon Eggs for British Columbia Aquaculture
36. RFI: Wildlife Ecology/Conservation Biology Volunteer Opportunities?
37. NEW WebSite - Wildlife
38. Federal and International Permits Workshop

Thanks, and looking forward to hearing from you!
David Doyle

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P.S. My apologies in advance for any cross-posting and/or duplications.