Monday, May 7, 2007

More from the CFZ-Australia Office

More from the newly-established Australian Office of the CFZ:

On the track of unknown animals...

We're on the hunt for volunteer researchers based in Australia and New Zealand!

Do you have a strong interest in zoology/nature?
Are you fascinated by animal mysteries and apparently 'extinct' or endangered species?
Do you enjoy getting out in the Australian bush? Are you fascinated by our unique wildlife?

If so, then this could be the best 'job' for you! What's involved? Collecting and sharing articles and sighting reports from your local area, interviewing witnesses, taking photographs and contributing to this blog and the CFZ magazine, Animals & Men.

What are the rewards? The CFZ runs its own magazine and publishing-house, so there's ample opportunity to get your work or contributions published, as well as the chance to rub shoulders with like-minded individuals and have some fun while contributing to the very neglected fringes of zoological research.

It is our aim to create a comprehensive database of publicly-accessible mystery animal sightings in Australia, published annually.To do this, we need to rely on a network of talented and dedicated researchers, writers and explorers who enjoy adventure, and are willing to share their findings with like-minded individuals.Are you up for it?

If you're in Australia or New Zealand, then drop us a line here:cfzaustralia@ au
If you're reading this and you're in Canada or the US, go here. If you're in the UK or anywhere else, go here.

CFZ Oz Team

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