Bird publicity and a TV celeb

To: Robert Inglis <>
Subject: Bird publicity and a TV celeb
From: "R.A. & A. Green" <>
Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2000 10:36:12 +1030
In light of the information given by Lorne, I suppose Don Burke might be
off the list of suitable birding advocates. However, I won't leap to
judgement without hearing his arguaments about the magpies being
genetically defective. Does anyone know what the exact problem was
supposed to be?
As for the possums - I love them as much as the next person (I've got a
rescued orphan Brushtail that I reared. He is de-sexed, cuddly and lives
in an aviary) but re-locating them from one's roof to another place is
almost always a fairly quick and unpleasant death sentence so I suppose
there is sometimes a case for humane euthanasia if its impossible to
live with them.

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