Death by barbed wire

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Subject: Death by barbed wire
From: Greg Roberts <>
Date: Tue, 21 Jan 2020 10:43:04 +1000
A Baillon's Crake on the Sunshine Coast this week died after flying into a barbed wire fence. Large numbers of native birds and mammals are killed by barbed wire fences, especially the top strand. Yet extensive areas of barbed wire fence remain standing in our national parks.
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