Duck hunting 2014 - Whistling Kite

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Subject: Duck hunting 2014 - Whistling Kite
From: Debbie Lustig <>
Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2014 19:23:21 +1000
A Whistling Kite was shot on a Victorian wetland open for shooting at Easter 
weekend. Waterfowl ID tests don't really explain or excuse these acts.
On a quiet weekend at Lake Lonsdale, only a Eurasian Coot, a Pink-eared Duck 
and a Freckled Duck were found dead and discarded. These, together with the 
kite, were presented at Labor leader, Daniel Andrews' office on 23/4. Victorian 
Labor's policy currently supports duck hunting.
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