Noisy Miner impact formally recognised (VIC, Aust.)

Subject: Noisy Miner impact formally recognised (VIC, Aust.)
Date: Wed, 30 May 2012 14:47:57 +1000
For those interested I can provide more details on the following.

The committee I work for (under the Victorian Flora and Fauna Guarantee 
Act) has just advertised (in Victorian newspapers) its recommendation to 
list the impact of Noisy Miners as a Potentially Threatening Process under 
the FFG Act. 

The specific title of this recommendation is as follows:

'Reduction in biodiversity resulting from Noisy Miner (Manorina 
melanocephala) populations in Victoria' (Potentially Threatening process).

A brief report of the SAC's assessment of this item (the Final 
Recommendation Report) is available to all interested parties.

Contact me off list if you would like a copy.


Martin O'Brien 
Executive Officer & Secretary
Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act Scientific Advisory Committee
Department of Sustainability & Environment
East Melbourne  VICTORIA  3002

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