Long Paddock Scientists Statement

Subject: Long Paddock Scientists Statement
From: the Stock Routes Coalition <>
Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2008 09:14:21 +1000
Non-scientists in Queensland have an opportunity to have their say on
protecting the stock routes by sending a postcard to Premier Anna Bligh.

If you want some, I can post you up to 10 cards in a DL envelope. Or you
may prefer to send an email as suggested in

Anyone in NSW who wants ot be involved should contact Cecil van der
Burgh  or Bev Smiles

The Stock Routes Coalition,aims is to have the NSW and Queensland Stock
Routes declared ‘Protected Corridors for Travelling Stock and
Biodiversity’, managed by the current managers and adequately resourced
with supplements from public funds.

Stock Route Coalition members:: Birds Australia (BANQ, BAC, BASQ, BANN,
BASNA), Bird Observation & Conservation Australia (BrisBOCA), Birds
Queensland, Chinchilla Field Naturalists Club, Citizens Wildlife
Corridors Armidale, Droving and Stock Routes Association, North Burnett
Landcare, National Parks Association NSW, National Parks Association of
Qld, Nature Conservation Council NSW, Qld Naturalists Club, Ravensbourne
and District Landcare, South West NRM Ltd, Tamworth Birdwatchers,
Toowoomba Field Naturalists Club, Applied Environmental Decision
Analysis (UQ), Wildlife Preservation Society of Australia, Wildlife
Preservation Society of Qld, and the World Wildlife Fund. A number of
other organisations have indicated support of the aims of the group,
including Australian Conservation Foundation, Qld Conservation Council,
and the Wilderness Society.


Grahame Rogers
Secretary, the Stock Route Coalition
PO Box 224, Crows Nest, Qld, 4355


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