Closed Outback Sites (Koonchera Dune& Pandieburra Bore)

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Subject: Closed Outback Sites (Koonchera Dune& Pandieburra Bore)
From: "Reg Clark" <>
Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2000 17:59:46 +1000
Hello all,

Surely , given the special interest in birding sites of this nature , it is
possible for Crown  Land affected to be subject to an appropriate
reservation which would  permit access to the the site  for  comparatively
passive activity such as short term camping and Birdwatching ,and still  be
used for say -  grazing . After all, in the case in point (and probably in
other instances) the site concerned would only be a fleabite of the area of
the total holding involved .These are remote pastoral properties and it is
not as though it is in someone's backyard.
I think that this might be a suitable matter to be raised with the
appropriate State Governments by the body best suited to represent birder's
interests--Birds Australia.



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