Good news for Abbott's Booby? (calyptorhynchus)

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Subject: Good news for Abbott's Booby? (calyptorhynchus)
From: Paul Sullivan <>
Date: Thu, 31 May 2018 23:05:32 +0000
If you were one of the 56,000 people who supported BirdLife's campaign to stop 
phosphate mining on Christmas Island, thank you. It gives us hope for Toondah 
and other developments which are pushing endangered birds toward extinction. 
You can also help BirdLife (and like-minded groups) campaign for stronger 
nature laws to protect our native birds here:

Paul Sullivan | Chief Executive Officer
BirdLife Australia

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