A TRIP TO AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND A Trip to Australia new zealand. by Ben Best. AUSTRALIA THE WORLD SCIENCE FICTION CONVENTION In traveling to Australia new zealand I had objectives similar including a gathering of australian cryonicists at my room parties zoo in Wellington. Both zoos had a Kiwi house that http://www.benbest.com/travel/downunder.html
Extractions: by Ben Best cryonics life-extension room parties. Weeks earlier I had made many e-mail arrangements with cryonicists for meeting including a gathering of Australian cryonicists at my room parties. Dealing with the organizers of AussieCon was difficult. Charles Taylor, who was in programming, was the only person who ever responded to any of my e-mail messages of all the people I tried to contact from e-mail addresses on the AussieCon website. After several exchanges I got Charles to put me on the Nanotechnology panel and to create a Y2K panel, of which I would be moderator. The Y2K panel took some arguing, but I convinced him that speculating about events in 100 days is similar to speculating about events in 100 years. (For my essays on the Y2K computer bug see the Computer section of my website.) It was Charlie who finally informed me that room parties were not allowed in the hotel where the events were being held and this was only after the hotel allowing parties was fully booked. It was not possible to contact the hotel directly since a booking agency was being used. Most of those at the booking agency were not very helpful either, but I finally found one helpful woman who put me on a waiting list. When she let me know of an available room from a cancellation, I took the room and sent her a personal money order for Aus$50 as a token of my appreciation. September 1st, 1999 disappeared from my life when I flew across the International Date Line (although I had a 40-hour September 12th on my return which could have been 43-hours had I not flown from Los Angeles to Toronto). In Melbourne, I shared the hotel room with Keith Lynch, who had also been my WorldCon roommate at Winnipeg, Glasgow & Los Angeles. Despite archiving CryoNet, receiving a Transport Training from Mike Darwin and more recently being President of the Life Extension Society in the Washington, DC area, Keith has still not signed-up with any cryonics organization and remains a "fellow traveler".
The Zoos Of Australian And New Zealand Currumbin Bird Sanctuary. The australian Zoo. Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary zoos in Australia and new zealand. There are plenty of smaller zoos, Alma Park, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary http://www.angelfire.com/ab5/ozzoos/zoos.html
Extractions: As I visit each zoo, and time permits, I will be writing a zoo review. Each review will give basic details on the zoo, including opening hours etc, plus a report and a picture gallery. The zoos that are hyperlinked have review. QUEENSLAND NEW SOUTH WALES VICTORIA SOUTH AUSTRALIA WESTERN AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND Auckland Hamilton Orana Wellington Zoos in Australia and New Zealand There are plenty of smaller zoos, Alma Park, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Currumbin Bird Sanctuary, Fleays Fauna Park and Theme Parks with animals, Dream and Sea Worlds. Unfortunately Queensland lacks a world class state zoo such as Melbourne or Taronga. I cannot see this being remidied in the future. Such a zoo would have to be in Brisbane (population and tourism numbers), fairly large in area and with excellent public transport access. There are two areas that come to mind, the Mt Cootha Botanical Gardens and the former Roma Street Goods Yard. Mount Cootha Zoological and Botanic Gardens has an excellent ring about it. Owned by the Brisbane City Council it is close to the city and has excellent existing a menities.The gardens are beautiful and animal exhibits could be easily incorporated. But this is not going to happen.
New Zealand Literature - MavicaNET Economy new zealand. Education new zealand. Elections new zealand new zealand. Travel new zealand. Visual Arts Australia. zoos Australia and Oceania. australian new zealand Poetry http://www.mavicanet.com/directory/swe/601.html
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The Soc.culture.new-zealand FAQ (part 2 Of 6) The soc.culture.newzealand FAQ (part 2 of 6) There are reader questions on this topic! Help others by sharing your knowledge interested to hear what australian WYSIWYG readers think - BH Specimens are kept at some zoos. The only native http://www.faqs.org/faqs/cultures/new-zealand-faq/part2
Extractions: Help others by sharing your knowledge firstname.lastname@example.org soc.culture.new-zealand email@example.com ) heads the office. There's a new e-mail address for the New York NZ Consulate/TRADENZ et al.: firstname.lastname@example.org It should be noted that the NY NZ Consulate only answers questions and distributes forms. All processing - issuing visas, renewing passports etc. - is performed at the Washington DC High Commission. The NY NZ Tourist Board deals only with travel agents etc. and will not answer questions from individuals. Subject: A2.2 How Do I Get News From Home? Check the notes on ftp sites; some current news may be archived there. Read soc.culture.new-zealand, and nz.general if you can get it. A weekly summary of NZ News - the WYSIWYG News - is compiled and posted to soc.culture.new-zealand by the generous Brian Harmer (usually on Sundays). These postings are all archived on the WWW at http://nz.com/nz/NZNewsArchive/. To get a personal e-mail copy of the postings, send mail to: email@example.com
ZooWeb - ZooDirectory This site gives information on australian and new zealand zoos, animals heldby them, a description of the zoos plus news (births etc). within 7 days. http://www.zooweb.com/links/dir.asp?catid=110
ZooWeb Link Search This site gives information on australian and new zealand zoos, animalsheld by them, a description of the zoos plus news (births etc). http://www.zooweb.com/links/search.asp?side=10&antall=5&sort=LinkHits&sort_how=D
Australian And New Zealand OHS Literature 1987 - 1995 documents can be obtained from australian libraries via and safety a resource manualfor zoos and wildlife Sydney Zoological Parks Board of new South Wales http://www.nohsc.gov.au/OHSInformation/Databases/Archived/bibliodetails.asp?ohsl
Extractions: Kiwanis International - NZSP Division Two (Waikato) and Australia Division Six (Melbourne) Lisa's Trip Report A report on Lisa Woolerton's trip to Australia as part of the 1998 Kiwanis Australia - New Zealand Youth Exchange. Text and photograph by Lisa Woolerton Going to Australia has been one of the highlights of my life. I met many different people from all different backgrounds but mainly those people came from the big city that I was overawed by. To me, Melbourne is so far the biggest city I have ever seen, and is also the most exciting. I was given the opportunity to participate in activities such as visiting zoos, where I saw Australian Native Animals like the eagles, wombats, flying foxes, snakes and at the other zoo I saw bicens, buffalos, and rhinoceros. There was only one hiccup with my trip, I went when there was no gas available for showers, heaters or cooking. Never mind though, I still had a fantastic time. I arrived at the Melbourne Airport and was given a big warm welcome to Australia by Alan and Ivy Wren. I ate lunch with them and they took me to the place where I was to spend my first few nights in Australia. When I was staying with the McLennan family I was taken to the Queen Victoria Market, up the Rialto (which is a really tall building) from which we could see a lot of Melbourne, and the Healesville Sanctuary. This is where we saw the native animals such as the wombats and snakes (both of which I touched), and the eagles, platypus and flying foxes. We also visited the IMAX cinema (here there was a really big screen) and saw a documentary on The Elephant Kingdom. For dinner, my host family presented me with kangaroo meat and chicken sausages. I had never eaten these before so I was surprised that I liked them.
Taronga And Western Plains Zoos new zealand Furseals in australian waters suffered a severe decline in numbersdue to indiscriminate commercial sealing in the late 18 th and early 19 th http://www.zoo.nsw.gov.au/content/view.asp?id=233
AusStats : 8699.0 Zoos, Parks And Gardens Industry 8699.0 zoos, Parks and Gardens Industry EMBARGO 1130 AM Class 9239, RecreationalParks and Gardens of the australian and new zealand Standard Industrial http://www.abs.gov.au/Ausstats/abs@.nsf/lookupMF/1578B24A87A52D50CA2568A9001393A
Extractions: The scope of the census was all employing businesses and statutory authorities classified to Class 9231, Zoological and Botanic Gardens and Class 9239, Recreational Parks and Gardens of the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC). In addition, the botanic gardens, national parks and recreational parks and gardens activities of Commonwealth, State and local government authorities were included in the census even though these organisations are defined to another class of ANZSIC. The publication has three parts, the first part presents data about zoological gardens and aquaria, the second about botanic gardens and the third national parks and recreational parks and gardens. The publication is one of a series to be issued in respect of 1996-97 covering cultural industries, which were partially funded by the Cultural Ministers' Council. Other publications in this series are:
Extractions: Creative New Zealand has published a marketing guide, Smart Arts, aimed at artists, entry-level publicists and producers to help them build audiences for their work. Smart Arts is available free from Creative New Zealand. To order a hard copy, go to our publications order page You can also download Smart Arts as a high resolution PDF (1.7MB) or a low resolution PDF (480K) To complement the published guide, Creative New Zealand will keep this page updated with useful templates, marketing resources and links. Email Iona McNaughton if you have information that you think should be on this page: firstname.lastname@example.org All of these templates, except for the one on telemarketing, are provided as editable text documents. We suggest you open each template, save it onto your computer and adapt it to meet the particular requirements of your arts event. The marketing mix Timelines Print and advertising checklist Telemarketing template (PDF) Media strategy and contact checklist Watch this space: more templates will be added as they become available.
About There are some 50 Kakas in captivity represented in several zoos and parks of parrotsand other rare and unusual australian and new zealand Wildlife are http://www.parrotsociety.org.au/articles/art_010.htm
IHS: Wombaroo Insectivore Mix From Australia the importation of this product may only be issued to zoos or wildlife dairy ingredientsused in the product are entirely of new zealand or australian origin http://www.maf.govt.nz/biosecurity/imports/animals/standards/fodwomic.aus.htm
Extractions: 10. Biosecurity Clearance Pursuant to section 22 of the Biosecurity Act 1993, this document is the Import Health Standard for the importation of Wombaroo Insectivore Mix into New Zealand from Australia. 2.1 An permit to import is required for the importation of this product. This permit is obtained from: Chief Veterinary Officer
That's Melbourne - Zoos And Animal Sanctuaries zoos and Animal Sanctuaries, Results 1 to 13 of 13. Animals Australia is the australianarm of the australian and new zealand Federation of Animal Societies http://www.thatsmelbourne.com.au/content.asp?Document_ID=10058&action=search
Zoos Of Australia And New Zealand zoos of Australia and. new zealand. zoos. RECENT CHANGES. Giraffe born at Melbourne. rhino calf born at Hamilton. Do you use the search function? Do you find what you are looking for? Zoo one of http://www.angelfire.com/ab5/ozzoos
Extractions: Zoos JUNE NEWS Lion cubs and African wild dogs New home for white rhino Calls for Zoos to close elephant exhibits Do you use the search function? Do you find what you are looking for? Let me know what you think of it and how useful the results are for you. My site has no affiliation with any of the zoos, I am just layman with an obsession on the subject. So what I cannot provide is information on jobs at the various zoos. If that is what you are looking for my best advice is to check out the zoos websites, they often list jobs there. I classify a decent zoo according to The efforts it goes into creating spacious, stimulating and naturalistic enclosures for its inhabitants. The extent of conservation work the Zoo is involved with, including Captive Breding Programs and also work in the field. The efforts that Zoos go to involve and inform the public. This includes Volunteer Societies(usually known as 'Friends of the Zoo')and sponsering of animals and exhibits. To inform the public this can include websites with news and detailed information of animals, the signage detailing the life and needs of species, how well the exhibits create an idea of the wild conditions and guided tours. A Red Panda at Mogo Zoo In 1863 the first zoo in the Australasian Region opened at Melbourne. This makes the Melbourne Zoo one of the oldest zoos in the world. Today it is very different from when it first opened. It also has very different priorities, as do all of the 'great' zoos; not just of Australia and New Zealand, but of the world.
Australia And New Zealand Zoos net Please visit often! Australia and new zealand zoos. THE ZOO WELCOME THE ZOO WELCOME aucklandzoo.co.nz Auckland http://www.zoosonthe.net/world-zoos-australia-and-new-zealand-zoos.html
Extractions: Mogo Zoo, 222 Tomakin Road, Mogo NSW 2536 Ph: 02-44744930 Fax: 02-44744855 Email: email@example.com. Mogo Zoo is a major tourist attraction on the South Coast of NSW Australia. The zoo caters to endangered animals and participates in animal breeding programs. It has an Adopt An Animal program for members of the public to assist Mogo Zoo in giving the best possible care to each of the animals.
Zoos Of Australia And New Zealand Australia Map. Australia Zoo. Perth Zoological Gardens. Alma Park Zoo. Taronga Zoo. Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. Western Plains Zoo. Victoria's Open Range Zoo. Melburne Zoo. Back to HLMSBack to HLMS http://hlms.bandon.k12.or.us/zoo/zoo.html
Extractions: Ashtons Circus is the longest serving performing arts organisation in Australia, the oldest circus in the English speaking world and one of the three oldest circuses in the world. Our family has 7 generations of Australian circus tradition to be proud of. Ashtons is a traditional Australian circus, a combination of human and animal performers, presenting family orientated entertainment that appeals to adults and children alike.