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Journeys : MNJ Aug Sep 2011
¡ • Official legal tender coin • Under official Treasury authority Macquarie Mint is able to offer this coin at $10 • Free postage, handling and insurance • Issued by Nauru this coin is fully refundable for $10 from the Macquarie Mint * • Reservation forms will be processed strictly in the order in which they are received Exchange $10 for a $10 coin! Struck in SILVER! No Risk! Exchange $10 for $10 At no risk you can exchange $10 from your pocket and own this Official $10 Silver Commemorative coin that pays homage to the courage, selflessness and spirit of every Australian Digger. Special offer available until 30th September 2011 ø 26mm SILVER COIN PRIORITY EXCHANGE #0803 YES! Please send me my Official $10 Silver Commemorative coin for the no-risk price of only $10.00 (postage free) STRICT LIMIT OF ONE COIN PER HOUSEHOLD! Title (please circle): Dr / Mr / Ms / Miss / Mrs Name: _____________________________________________ Address:___________________________________________ ______________________ State:_______ P/code: ________ Ph: ( ) ___________________________________________ Email: _____________________________________________ Visa M/card Amex Diners Cheque/MO CVV # Expiry Date: _____ /_ _ __ _ Signature: _________________________________________ CAQ757 MACQUARIE MINT Order today Toll free: 1300 798 368 Mail: PO Box 255, Abbotsford VIC 3067 Fax: (03) 8456 8499 Email: email@example.com Web: www.macquariemint.com * Conditions apply see: www.macquariemint.com/10for10 18110803 Afit, healthy and fully rehabilitated juvenile white bellied sea eagle was recently released back into the wild – from the canopy of an eco-cruise boat! Young sea eagle soars back to a new life Craig Webb (left) of Raptor & Wildlife Refuge of Tasmania Inc and Robert Pennicott of Pennicott Wilderness Jour neys had the pr ivilege of releasing the young eagle as Rob’s boat glided through a quiet reach of the D’Entrecasteaux Channel. “The wooded shorelines of the Channel are ideal habitat for sea eagles – watching their strong and graceful flight is one of the great delights of spending time in and around this wonderful southern Tasmanian waterway, “ Rob says. “It was an exciting and heart-warming moment to see this young bird fly free, because it definitely would not have sur vived without the care of Craig and his team of volunteers.” Craig Webb’s team nursed the juvenile sea eagle back to health and strength. “It was severely undernourished and too weak to fly, but during its five months with us, the bird gained more than a kilogram in weight and was fighting fit and ready for release,” Craig said. To become a member of the Raptor & Wildlife Refuge or if you are able to donate and help support this important facility please go to w w w.raptor refuge.com.au, phone 0408 725 869 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Pedestrian ponderings Southern Regional Advisory member Betty Parssey has some good advice for pedestrians. • Pedestrians have rights but also obligations • Courtesy is required by both pedestrians and motorists • If you push the pedestr ian button, wait for the signal • When crossing the road, no texting, no dawdling, no chatting on your mobile • Ears are to hear with, not to block w ith ear-buds or headphones – tune into the traffic instead • Look before you walk – then cross within the marked area • And if you don’t give a hoot – expect a toot! PhotoKimRumbold Life on the move August / September 2011 29
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