|To:||"David McDonald (personal)" <>|
|Subject:||Re: FW: [canberrabirds] What Bird is This?|
|From:||Martin Butterfield <>|
|Date:||Mon, 26 Aug 2019 10:46:59 +0000|
Surely the important thing is to put it in a record - perhaps not one for recreational birding - somewhere so that if there is a second one nearby and they start breeding the source of the infestation, like an outbreak of a noxious disease, can be known. Surely this will be useful in control efforts.
I seem to recall there is a multi-purpose feral recording system used for deer and pigs which gets some official pest control attention. Perhaps that is the starting point for invasive birds.
On Mon, 26 Aug 2019 at 19:20, David McDonald (personal) <> wrote:
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