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Introduction

Contact Call has until recently only been mailed to members as a black and white publication. To make it available in colour and to save mailing costs, it can now be downloaded directly from this page.

This facility is being provided for members with broadband internet access. The files on this page are large and we do not recommend that you download them if you have a slow connection such as dial-up. Printed black and white versions will still be mailed to members who prefer them in that format.

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If you would like to read The Drongo, the Quarterly Magazine of BirdLife Townsville, please click here to visit the newsletter page of BirdLife Townsville.


Volume 6 Number 2 - May 2017

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To download the newsletter, click on the button below or the picture on the right.

File type = pdf (portable download format). You'll need Adobe Reader to open the file. Most computers now have this pre-installed; if yours doesn't have it you can get it here:

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Earlier Issues

All the available earlier issues of Contact Call are now available below for download as pdf files. From 2013 March edition, we use volume and number to identify each edition. The bird-lists for the 2010 Campout at Mutarnee are also available.


March June September December
2017 Vol.6 No.1 (Feb) Vol.6 No.2 (May)

2016 Vol.5 No.1 (Feb) Vol.5 No.2 (May) Vol.5 No.3 (Aug) Vol.5 No.4 (Nov)
2015 Vol.4 No.1 (Feb) Vol.4 No.2 (May) Vol.4 No.3 (Sept) Vol.4 No.4 (Nov)
2014 Vol.3 No.1 Vol.3 No.2 (May) Vol.3 No.3 (Aug) Vol.3 No.4 (Nov)
2013 Vol.2 No.1 Vol.2 No.2 (May)
Vol.2 No.3 (Aug)
Vol.2 No.4 (Nov)
2012 Victoria's Riflebird Varied Lorikeet Golden Shouldered Parrot Red-winged Parrot
2011 Superb Fruit-Dove Palm Cockatoo Great-billed Heron Pied Imperial-Pigeon
2010 Black-fronted Dotterel Comb-crested Jacana Congress/Campout Edition
Campout Bird Lists
Pied Oystercatcher
2009 Chestnut Rail Australian Bustard Bush Stone-Curlew Bar-tailed Godwit
2008 Peregrine Falcon Sarus Crane Brolga Purple Swamphen
2007 Brown Falcon Australian Hobby Grey Falcon Black Falcon
2006 Red Goshawk Gurney's Eagle Wedge tailed Eagle Little Eagle
2005 Swamp Harrier Brown Goshawk Grey Goshawk Collared Sparrowhawk
2004 Whistling Kite Brahminy Kite White-bellied Sea-Eagle Spotted Harrier
2003 Letter-winged Kite Square-tailed Kite Black-breasted Buzzard Black Kite
2002 Black-necked Stork Osprey Pacific Baza Black-shouldered Kite
2001 Great-Crested Grebe Southern Giant-Petrel Royal Spoonbill Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo
2000 Pink-eared Duck Hardhead Australasian_Grebe Hoary-headed Grebe
1999 Australasian Shoveler Grey Teal Chestnut_Teal Garganey
1998 Australian Wood Duck Cotton Pygmy-Goose Green Pygmy-Goose Pacific Black Duck
1997 Wandering Whistling-Duck Freckled Duck Black Swan Radjah Shelduck
1996 Brown Quail King Quail Magpie Goose Plumed Whistling-Duck
1995 Emu Australian Brush-Turkey Orange-footed Scrubfowl Stubble Quail
1994


First Edition: Cassowary

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