Greg Roberts <>
Cash for Night Parrot
Nigel Sutherland <>
Sat, 25 Mar 2017 00:09:30 +0000
The absurdities continue.....$353,000 fine here, $37,000 fine for taking a
can of beer into certain areas in Cape York, $8,000 fine for causing a
fatal accident whilst DUI.
I am not suggesting that the legislation is wrong but the fines are out of
all proportion and in my opinion lack common sense.. I do not agree with
"selling" trips to birders either. I understand that Bush Heritage need to
raise funds - what about an ongoing lottery with the prizes being the trip
to the Night Parrot area. Just a thought.
On Sat, Mar 25, 2017 at 4:21 AM, Greg Roberts <>
> In an article in The Weekend Australian I address the irony of cashed up
> birders being rewarded with a visit to the Pullen Pullen Night Parrot
> Reserve in return for a $25,000 donation, while others face a $353,000 fine
> for entering more than 250,000ha of potential Night Parrot habitat that has
> been locked up by Queensland Government conservation orders.
> More here:
> Greg Roberts
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