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Australia's 1st Triennial International Finch And Seedeater Convention

The convention will feature international and national speakers, hands-on workshops, tours, trade exhibits, a giant bird show and an opening and closing ceremony.

By Ian Hinze

The ever-active Queensland Finch Society has announced details of Australia's First Triennial International Finch And Seedeater Convention, held in Brisbane, Queensland, July 26 through 28, 2002. The convention will feature international and national speakers, hands-on workshops, tours, trade exhibits, a giant bird show and an opening and closing ceremony. For more information, contact: Convention Registrar, The Queensland Finch Society Inc., P.O. Box 1600, Coorparoo DC, Queensland 4151, Australia; E-mail: indruss@bigpond.com; www.ozemail.com.au/~qfs/qfs.html..

3-2-2004


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