Given the difficulty relocating the one already seen, why would you not
think there could be two? Surely the precautionary principle applies here -
better to be safe than sorry?
On Mon, Mar 17, 2008 at 10:43 PM, Grant Brosie <>
> And we're back to the one House Crow = Alfred
> Hitchcock's "The Birds" theory.
> I'm not trying to stir people or upset anyone but I
> think comparing one ship assisted (?) Crow to the
> introduced Cane Toad and Lantana is a bit much. One
> crow is not going to breed (unless its from Jurrasic
> Park). Of course, if there is a chance the Crow could
> hybridise with the local Ravens then steps should be
> taken to prevent this.
> This is my opinion. Its amazing how quickly people get
> shot down (pardon the pun) when their point of view
> doesn't sit easy with others.
> Grant Brosie
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> season!.......CROW SEASON!! SHOOT!
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