- conservation lands

Subject: - conservation lands
From: Andrew Taylor <>
Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2000 18:25:50 +1000 (EST)
On Tue, 11 Apr 2000, Simon Mustoe wrote:
> I didn't find anything in Andrew Taylor's e-mail
> problematic and his response to the reply from Hal Wotton was extremely
> diplomatic. .... Hal Wotton may be known to birders
> in Oz and perhaps is ideally experienced to provide clear and accurate
> information on the subject of Aboriginal Land Rights.  For the benefit of
> those reading these messages from the other side of the world, it would be
> useful to know this, or otherwise where his carefully researched dialogue
> came from.

I'd like to pretend I'm always diplomatic, but I presumed Hal
Wotton, the birding-aus contributer, is also the eminent lawyer
with a long and important involvement in aboriginal issues see:

Andrew Taylor

And to add some birding content, HANZAB says of Pacific Baza "Said to
hunt tree-frogs by imitating their call, inducing frogs to call in reply
and reveal their location (J. Young to D.G.W. Hollands)"  - this a very
interesting claim -  has anyone witnessed this?

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