birding-aus Wildlife Corridors in Suburbia

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Subject: birding-aus Wildlife Corridors in Suburbia
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Tue, 17 Aug 1999 21:31:54 -0700 (PDT)
Page 5 of today's local Independent Newspaper
an article by Craig Forster?
Mount Eliza in Victoria,
once known as the uppercrust and sometimes snobby area but a very
beautiful part of the Mornington Peninsula. The article reads the
vandalism of those that scrape away natural bush, trees and wildflowers
just to put down in place their own little bit of England.

I think perhaps I should get elected, and joining other good friends ?
change what we now have to suffer.
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