As a bit of a follow up to this message, some people expressed concern
about signing the petition 'online' and having to provide email
addresses. As the petition is being hosted by Forest and Bird, New
Zealand, the addresses I am quite sure are safe from SPAMMERS.
However, for those of you who still feel uncomfortable about signing
online and providing such details, a 'paper' copy of the petition is
available. Just visit the Forest and Bird petition page and click on
the yellow box at the top of the page - with 'PRINT VERSION' written in
it to download the Adobe Acrobat PDF file - this can then be printed and
signed by yourself, family and friends and posted back to Forest and
Eco-Vista: Photography & Research + Wrybill Birding Tours, NZ
http://www.eco-vista.com and http://www.wrybill-tours.com
On Behalf Of Richard Thomas
|Sent: Wednesday, 5 November 2003 4:49 a.m.
|Subject: [BIRDING-AUS] Save the Albatross petition
|Apologies if you've already received a message about this petition. If
|please read on...
|John Ridgway, a famous sailor, is currently sailing around the Southern
|Ocean to raise awareness of the terrible plight of the world's
|and other seabirds which are facing extinction largely because of a
|technique called 'longlining'.
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