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G'day all,

            It is good to see solutions are being
worked on for something that was considered a problem.

""We've got areas set aside just for the ibis where
they can happily breed and undertake the raising of
their young in an undisturbed fashion," he said"

Below this link to a story that has just appeared on
ABC News Online is a link to Bankstown Council (scroll
down to "Ibis Management Plan" ) a download is
available and also a Google search on the subject
yields lots of information if anyone wants to read up
more about it.

       I am also posting about this to Envirotalk.

- Stephen Selden ( )

Bird-only areas let ibis breed undisturbed

An island on a man-made lake in south-west Sydney has
become home to hundreds of ibis that have flocked to
Sydney to nest.

Ibis Management Plan,

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