Something for bird-photographers to note

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Subject: Something for bird-photographers to note
From: Syd Curtis <>
Date: Mon, 21 Feb 2005 23:39:31 +1000
Trouble is, there's a basic flaw in this argument that negates it:  National
Parks have no need to advertise!   Quite the contrary, in fact.  A major
problem (THE major problem?) faced in park management is coping with the
effects of over-use.


> From: Michael Todd <>
> Organization: Wildlifing
> Reply-To: 
> Date: Mon, 21 Feb 2005 16:45:31 +1100
> To: Syd Curtis <>
> Cc: Robert Inglis <>, 
> Subject: Re: [BIRDING-AUS] Something for bird-photographers to note

Mick wrote (in part):
> My feeling on this issue is that if a photographer was to sell
> photographs that have been taken in a particular national park then this
> is the best form of advertising for the good job that the National Parks
> is doing at conserving nature. It is in a way a recommendation and an
> affirmation for how important National Parks are, and it is encouraging
> people to take an interest in nature and in National Parks in general.
> The idea of charging for this free advertising is ludicrous in my
> opinion.

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