Tony Crocker <>
For the love of Luther
Andy Burton <>
Wed, 05 Nov 2003 15:35:14 +1100
Birds are often unintended victims of the use of poisons as well as
being the intended victims of Foxes. Of course this debate has
something to do with birds.
I suspect that I line up on the pro 1080 side of the debate but I and
most others don't have the data to prove that it works long term.
When 1080 is used to kill Foxes what happens to the dead animals? Are
they left in the bush and if so does the poison remain in the corpse
to then kill any (bird) scavengers that feed on it? Does anyone know
There is a potential impact on raptors here.
Hello John, and others
What has this got to do with birds?
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