birding-aus Glossy Black Cockatoos in the Riverina, NSW

Subject: birding-aus Glossy Black Cockatoos in the Riverina, NSW
From: Mike Fleming <>
Date: Mon, 01 Mar 1999 21:27:16 +1100

The population of Glossy Black Cockatoos that occurs in the Riverina of
NSW (Narrandera, Griffith, Cocaparra Ranges and adjoining areas) has
been nominated for listing as an endangered population under the NSW
Threatened Species Conservation Act.

The Scientific Committee that assesse these nominations has made a
Preliminary Determination to list the population. The reasons for
listing can be viewed at

Submissions on the Preliminary Determination are invited (both for and
against) and should be sent to the Executive Officer of the Scientific
Committee, Sue Chate at 

Mike Fleming
NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service

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