Re: tree lucerne, weeds and biodiversity

To: "birding-aus" <>
Subject: Re: tree lucerne, weeds and biodiversity
From: "Robert Berry" <>
Date: Sun, 26 Jul 1998 12:05:34 +1000
> From: Paul Peake <>
> To: birding-aus <>
> Subject: tree lucerne, weeds and biodiversity
> Date: Saturday, 25 July 1998 19:04
> Hi folks, time for another diatribe:
>.........................There are thousands of examples of weeds leading
> the demise of birds and other animals and plants.  Superb Lyrebirds at
> Sherbrooke Forest near Melbourne, and Grey-crowned Babblers and
> Plains-Wanderers in the Riverina are a couple of avian examples from this
> part of the world that spring to mind immediately.  

Weeds did that? Gee.


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