(Iain D Campbell)
Tue, 3 Oct 1995 09:10:57 +0800
Is there any
>reason it should still be on the list? I'm interested to hear what others
>think about removing birds from the list, once there is no longer a
>possibility of seeing them.
I agree with John, and extinct (locally or ortherwise) birds should remain.
Are you going to delete your Bali Starling if the last few are captured?
Does the RAOU list have Paradise Parrot?
Iain D Campbell
Regolith geologist/geochemist (ph) 61 9 387 0737
CSIRO Division of Exploration and Mining (ah) 61 9 443 1668
Private bag 1 (fax) 61 9 387 0146
WEMBLEY WA 6014
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