Tony Ashton <>
Dave Torr <>
Wed, 25 Feb 2015 07:06:50 +1100
Quite agree Tony. We can of course totally trust our states to conserve
wildlife - I don't think! If the poor bird was in Victoria they would
probably want to burn is habitat!
As for John - he has spent huge amount of time and money finding this bird
- no-one else was prepared to do so. If he ends up making a few dollars
good luck to him - I will certainly pay to go and see the bird if he ever
runs tours there!
On 24 February 2015 at 19:10, Tony Ashton <> wrote:
> How bizarre! John Young, a noted professional photographer, guide and
> consultant, achieves a mighty feat of wildlife detection after a mammoth
> unpaid search over many years, and is greeted by snide references to his
> ruminations on society, his possible profit motive and demands he turn over
> all his knowledge to Queensland wildlife authorities.
> My advice, as always, ignore them, John, ignore them.
> Tony Ashton
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