birding-aus Animal Ethics

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From: "Keith Egan" <>
Date: Fri, 9 Jul 1999 10:22:05 -0700
In response to Karen Baly's comments on animal ethics approval.My submission is that if the research is non invasive on the
 species being studied surely the strict code of practice and long training period for banders, the requirement for individual approval would not be necessary and could be covered by a recognised body such as The Bird Study Association.
Keith Egan a non professional bird researcher and bander.
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