Re: birding-aus Birdnest Trading

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Subject: Re: birding-aus Birdnest Trading
From: "Daniel Philippe" <>
Date: Tue, 21 Dec 1999 16:41:41 +0800
> Presumably he wouldn't be so bold if he was breaking any laws or
> international treaties, but would it be worth it to refer this to
> Jamba/Camba, WWF or whoever is a "regulator" of bird/wildlife protection
> treaties?

In Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, there are thousands of bird nest traders.
Has been like this for centuries, China (including Hong Kong) being their
prime customer. To a certain extend, it is legal. What is new is that they
market through e-mail...The best is to ignore this message.

Daniel Philippe
Hong Kong

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