Re: Birding Spots

Subject: Re: Birding Spots
Date: Mon, 10 Nov 2003 08:34:33 +1100


I'm very much aware that you weren't trying to offend anyone (and most probably didn't offend anyone).  I guess all I was pointing out (to the list, not you personally) was that without habitat we don't have birds.  As such national parks aren't reserved to protect a single species but to protect biodiversity.  Sitting in the office that essentially drives the acquisition of reserves in western NSW this is something that I'm exposed too constantly.



David Geering
Regent Honeyeater Recovery Coordinator
Department of Environment & Conservation
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Dubbo  NSW  2830
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