Australian Material Safety Data sheet for 1080 and how to use 1080 for f

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Subject: Australian Material Safety Data sheet for 1080 and how to use 1080 for fox baiting
From: "John A. Gamblin" <>
Date: Fri, 7 Nov 2003 15:08:36 -0800 (PST)

I hope this gets through to Birding Aus?

1.  Read the Instructions for Use

·         1080 is an extremely toxic poison that can kill most animals, including humans. It is in your (and the community?s) interest to use it wisely, safely and legally. Other sources of information include safety directions and warnings on the label and the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS).

JAG says: I don't think dropping 1080 baits out of an aircraft, fixed wing or helicopter, or using any other source of aerial vehicle is a safe and thought filled practice? unless the baits have been trained to dig in a few centimetres underground. Neither on Private property OR public land is it good to use 1080 baits dropped from the sky. Any person doing this is then surely culpable of murdering fauna?

John A. Gamblin

You see I?m strong and I?m proud,
But they are all the sweetness,
Of my life you see,
Birds they bring my heaven,
Right here on earth for me.

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