|Subject:||Re: Blackall Range Albert Lyrebird|
|Date:||Thu, 18 Sep 2003 09:11:50 +1000|
Without trying to be rude ... is this proposal (Would it be beneficial to transfer some to the Conondales) serious or are we just dealing with hypotheticals?
If it is serious there are a huge number of considerations (legal, ecological and ethical) that would need to be addressed before any translocation of birds were to take place (at least there would be in NSW).
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