Drought crisis to hit migratory birds

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Subject: Drought crisis to hit migratory birds
From: Stephen Selden <>
Date: Sun, 5 Sep 2004 14:06:57 +1000 (EST)
G'day  all,

        This sounds bleak - Stephen

"Department of Environment and Conservation scientist
Richard Kingsford says birds such as godwits, knots
and greenshanks will be hard pressed to find places to
re-fuel in inland New South Wales"

Drought crisis to hit migratory birds

The lack of inland water sources due to the drought
could prove a death knell for thousands of exhausted
and hungry migratory birds.

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