Something for bird-photographers to note

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Subject: Something for bird-photographers to note
From: "Robert Inglis" <>
Date: Sun, 20 Feb 2005 09:24:49 +1000
Hi to the bird-photographers on this forum,

My previous comments on this topic were met with a high degree of indifference 
and disbelief but I
do think it is worth considering if only from a point of view of being aware.

There has been a growing number of complaints that the 'right' to take 
photographs in public places
without requiring a permit is being limited in a number of areas.

For one person's observation on this topic look at this web-page:

The information on this page refers to the Australian scene so could be of 
interest to a number of
people on Birding-Aus.

Just remember that this is one person's view-point and experience and other 
people do not see the
'problem' in the same light.
After corresponding with the Queensland National Parks and Wildlife Service I 
can only assume that
there is a great deal of truth in Nick Rains words.

Bob Inglis
Woody Point

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