Chris Merkord Posted March 29, 2013 Share Posted March 29, 2013 Author Neville Peat holds his biography of pioneering seabird researcher Dr Lance Richdale, and Shirley Alexander, Dr Richdale's niece, displays a duplicate of the prestigious Hector Medal, which he was awarded. The image in the background depicts Dr Richdale and the first royal albatross chick known to have fledged at Taiaroa Head, in September 1938. Photo by Craig Baxter. Otago Daily Times Creating digital versions of natural history films made by pioneering royal albatross researcher Dr Lance Richdale will boost public awareness of this Dunedin ''seabird genius'', author Neville Peat believes. View the full article Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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