michael hunter <>
Thu, 23 Mar 2017 22:59:09 +0000
Really great news about finding the Night Parrot in WA. This makes almost a
dozen known presumed breeding sites.
John Young must again be feted for his remarkable persistence in
“re-discovering” these birds
He deserves an OA , in the meantime BA should create and bestow an ONP , (Order
of the Night Parrot.) on this guy as the first recipient for services to
What measures are underway to protect the now known populations of NPs from
cats and foxes.? Some of those sites are to be incorporated into Conservation
areas, a small number are being fenced, does the Qld Government have any
The WA Govt used to have an extremely active conservation policy some years
ago, does this still exist?
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