Sydney Gang-Gang enquiries

Subject: Sydney Gang-Gang enquiries
From: "Mary Hopson" <>
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2001 15:47:18 +1000
Dear All,
I'm sorry if alarmed anyone with my enquiries about the Gang-Gang Cockatoo. I have a genuine concern for the conservation of Australia's native wildlife, and I can assure you that I am not an egg collector nor interested in anything illegal.

The reason for my enquiries is that I believe a bushland management plan is being prepared for the northern Sydney area, and that the Gang-Gang is listed as endangered. I wanted to find out the requested details about the Gang-Gang as I hope any info will give a positive outcome for a bushland management plan to conserve its habitat. I am not interested in actual geographic locations of nesting sites, just configurations of nesting sights such as tree species, tree height, hollow dimensions, food, and sightings only of the bird.

So I thank you for your concerns and help.


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