Cash for Night Parrot.

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Subject: Cash for Night Parrot.
From: Barney Enders <>
Date: Sun, 26 Mar 2017 00:46:40 +0000
How are they going to show someone a Night Parrot ?

Walk in a line and kick every Spinifex bush to flush one.

Sit in a group and run playbacks all night .

Or tell them  "Sorry you should have been here last week, they were here
then "

It took weeks if not months or years to see and photograph them before.

If they are going to take them to the exact spot they are nesting or where
they camp during the day  isn't that defeating the purpose of trying

to protect them.

It will only disturb them and make them shift to another location perhaps
outside the area preserved for them, not many bird live their life in the
one area.

I think the suggested raffle idea is the best, $5 or $10 a ticket, most
people would consider it a donation and if you are lucky enough to win it

give them a week with the crew working out there with the bird.

Run one every 6 or 12 months till the debt is cleared or at least the
interest is paid for.

I think more than just bird watchers would throw in for a ticket.

I can see the present idea is just defeating the purpose and they are on the
track to stuff up all the good work that has been done.

They have lived for hundreds of years without being disturbed, how do we
know how they will react to people trooping around their territory, it might
only be on

rare occasions but that might just be enough.


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