birding-aus Species cleansing

Subject: birding-aus Species cleansing
From: "Pat O'Malley" <>
Date: Thu, 27 May 1999 08:32:42 +1000
Dear All

I too would much prefer a garden full of robins, wrens and honeyeaters. But
would we get them in the inner city? Or, would the outcome of the rather
distressing exercise of mass egg piercing, nest destruction and
bird-bashing simply produce a bird-free environment? 

Have there been any studies on the (re)colonisation of urban areas by
native species, here or overseas? 

And why is it the Rainbow Loris, as hollow nesters, seem to be having no

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