Closed outback areas

To: "Terry Pacey" <>
Subject: Closed outback areas
From: Tony Russell <>
Date: Sun, 24 Sep 2000 20:40:50 +0930

Well Terry, I can only state again that people are asking permission and are being refused. I received yet another example today about Clifton Hills refusing entry to a polite request.
Maybe you've been lucky up until now?  Or maybe it's your dulcet tones that do the trick.
Here's the phone number, give them a try, and do please let me know of the result.
08 8675 8302 and the manager's name is Peter Weston.

Tony Russell.

At 08:07  24/09/00 +1000, you wrote:
I presume Tony and Michael do not mean that Birds Australia should be making
approaches to the relevant bodies for permission to enter land for
"tickers".  Ornithological study groups would seek permission in the first
place and I very much doubt they would be refused entry if they could show
that they would act in a responsible manner.

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