Access to leasehold land for birding

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Subject: Access to leasehold land for birding
From: "Bill Moorhead" <>
Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2000 07:50:21 +1000
I haven't followed every email on this.But has it been suggested that some form of payment might be the answer?I was impressed with the national parks in Tassie last summer where you pay a small amount and in return get pretty good facilities.
Imagine if at that Eyrean Grass Wren site there was a compositing toilet,timber shelter and seats,and a discrete camping site.My belief is that most property managers have good reason not to give open and free access to everyone but hopefully anyone paying would respect everyone's rights .
P.S.It'd only work if people actually paid .........rumour has it that a certain blue steak loving ,red wine swilling person( Paul W ) went to Tassie and didn't pay anywhere!
Bill Moorhead
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