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National Malleefowl Forum, September 2007
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The proceedings are available as a complete document (176 pages) or in 25 separate documents.
National Malleefowl Forum, September 2004
The National Malleefowl Forum, hosted by the Victorian Malleefowl Recovery Group, was held at the Grand Hotel in Mildura from Friday, February 6 to Monday, February 9, 2004. The 92 participants came from New South Wales, Western Australia, South Australia, Northern Territory and Victoria and included experts, field officers, volunteers and interested members of the public.
The Forum kicked off with Registration and 'Drinks and Nibbles' on the Friday evening, providing an excellent opportunity for pre-conference networking.
The main business of the Forum was conducted on the Saturday and Sunday. The participants were enthralled by a wide range of relevant topics, delivered by an excellent range of speakers. The participants listened to reports from each of the States, looked at the broader issue of biodiversity, revisited the National Malleefowl Recovery Plan, examined a broad range of issues impacting on the Malleefowl, studied existing monitoring proceedures, and made recommendations on a range of themes. Supporting the main focii of the Forum were a number of high quality poster presentations.
The optional Monday activities included a field visit to an active Malleefowl Mound and a more leisurely boat trip on the Murray for a bbq at a local winery, providing a great opportunity for more networking.
The proceedings are available as a complete document (186 pages) or in 24 separate documents.