|Subject:||RFI Important Bird Areas (IBA)|
|Date:||Tue, 31 Jan 2006 16:31:46 +1100|
Can anyone enlighten me as to why Australia has as yet still no nationwide list of Important Bird Areas?
We are far behind the rest of the world in this. According to the Birdlife International website there are complete IBA lists already for Africa, Eurasia, the Middle East and parts of America and even Antarctica.
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