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He ran the educational Environment Tours program - natural history bus-based tours throughout Australia - initially in association with the Canberra environment movement from until retiring at the end of , and more recently has worked for Chris Carter of Time Travel Australia leading natural history tours to South America with single tours to Malaysian Borneo and Madagascar.

Ian Fraser (naturalist)

In Australian Bird Names; a complete guide , co-authored with Jeannie Gray, was also awarded a Whitley, this one as best book in the category Zoological Resource. From to he wrote a monthly essay on birds - in all - for Gang-gang , the Newsletter of the Canberra Ornithologists Group.

He served on the Australian Capital Territory ACT Natural Resources Management Advisory Committee and its various predecessors , advising the ACT government on biodiversity issues from its inception in , and chaired it from until his retirement at the end of Since he has been the author of a natural history blog, Ian Fraser Talking Naturally , now weekly, formerly more frequently, on all aspects of natural history, aiming to bring biological science and conservation principles to a lay audience.

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Zoology -- Australia -- Australian Capital Territory. Summary Follows a year in the nature reserves, rural and suburban areas of the ACT. Notes Issued also in printed form. In a different, wonderful way, every day. We take it for granted. This will be a rare opportunity to immerse ourselves all-at-once in the diversity, beauty and curious nature of our natural world. It is also an opportunity to reflect on our own place in this environment.

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Social History Curator, Rowan Henderson , has worked hand-in-glove with local naturalist Ian Fraser , and with the support of experts and enthusiasts across the ACT, to shape this intriguing exhibition. We of the human species have been slow to recognise the limits and superb balance of the natural systems that surround us. As a community, a jurisdiction, and a region, we in the ACT are stewards to some of the highest quality and most diverse ecosystems in the world.

We also host some of the most threatened species and ecosystems. Community action, together with the work of the ACT Government, has blessed us with some protection and improvement in the health of these ecosystems and the species they harbour.