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Gauteng Birding Survey 2006.

Prizes for participation and rules for competition.

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The four prizes will be allocated by a random draw of all participants in this survey. The winners will be ranked from 1-4 according to the order in which they were drawn, and the first three winners will then be asked which prize they prefer to receive. The 4th winner will receive the prize that has not been chosen by any of the other winners.
The judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

Each participant in the survey may be awarded three entries if they fully complete all information fields in both the survey and personal questionnaire. Those who only complete the survey and questionnaire partically may receive one entry into the competition, or if the judges deem the completeness of the survey was inadequate they may be disqualified from the competition completely.

Prizes In order to encourage participation in this survey, Indicator Birding is offering the following "lucky-dip" prizes which can be won by anyone taking part in our survey:

  • A full day free guided birding with Etienne Marais - from Johannesburg or Pretoria - to be "tailor-made" to focus on the birds you want to see. For an example of what this day can be like, see this day trip report.. The prize includes collection at a point in Johannesburg/Pretoria (but not travel to and from Gauteng), a picnic lunch, refreshments and entry fees into any reserves visited.
  • A copy of "Pipits of Southern Africa", by Faansie Peacock (Delivered by Netbooks)
  • 1 Copy of the new edition of "The Photographic Guide to Southern African Birds", by Ian Sinclair and Ian Davidson
  • 1 Copy of the Southern African Birdfinder, By Callan Cohen, Claire Spottiswoode and Jonathon Rossouw.

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