shifting road kills

To: "Terry Pacey" <>
Subject: shifting road kills
From: "belles" <>
Date: Sat, 12 Jul 2003 14:36:44 +1000
It is not a nice thing at all with moving roadkill off the road. My daughter
always stops and moves roadkill from the road and always checks pouches if
they are female. In western areas where you would come across roadkill a lot
more than other areas, it would be so hard to remove all of them. Some of us
in wildlife groups are involved with doing a count on roadkill. We have this
GPS which we take in the car with us and we pull over, even for birds,
possums, roos, wallabies, wombats and ferals as well. It is interesting, I
haven't had too much roadkill in my area, but we record everything (the
person who has the GPS) and I then have to download it to the guy at the


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