Re: relocating hollow-bearing trees

Subject: Re: relocating hollow-bearing trees
Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2001 18:18:46 +1100

G'day Scott and others,

As Scott O'Keefe suggested, it would be great to have a web-site offering
details of the wonderful, wierd and wacky things that people do for wildlife.
The famous 'Land for Wildlife' scheme, which was initiated by us Victorians many
years ago has now spread almost nationally (come on you NSW folk!!) and has a
great newsletter which publishes stories of landholder experiences such as the
John Robinson tree relocation.  We are in the process of creating a LFW
web-site, which hopes to incorporate all sorts of nice stories, so stay tuned.


Chris Tzaros
Land for Wildlife Extension Officer
Department of Natural Resources and Environment
Box 3100
Bendigo Delivery Centre 3554

Ph. (03) 5430 4368

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