"Wildlife of Cooper's Paddock" available for download

Subject: "Wildlife of Cooper's Paddock" available for download
From: Cherie Saxby <>
Date: Tue, 4 Oct 2011 21:52:41 +1100
Dear Birding Australia,

I am the person who is fighting to save a piece of regionally important
habitat in Warwick Farm, Sydney. Thanks for responding so kindly to me when
I was trying to contact Graeme in August. I have now finished the book and
it can be downloaded from the Save Cooper's Paddock website:

If you feel moved to support the efforts to save this extraordinary
stronghold of biodiversity, addresses can be found on the "What you
can do<>"
page. If you don't have time to write, there is a very handy
e-letter<>which in a
matter of moments will send a letter to nearly 30 relevant
decision makers at all levels of government. If you choose to send the
e-letter, please add a comment to it, as this adds value. Birding-specific
comments would be great.

I am trying to educate a very reluctant council that this place has value,
that birds have value, and that nature has value. Uphill battle, but I
refuse to give in. Your support would be most welcome.

Kind regards,
Cherie Saxby

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