Good birds, Bad Birds?

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Subject: Good birds, Bad Birds?
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2000 00:33:24 -0700 (PDT)
Shame on the lot of you for raising it as a

Good birds bad birds? perhaps good humans bad humans
for the introduction of the species. With the human
numbers growth rate continuing to explode and more and
more natural bird habitat everyday being lost? land
clearing is commonly spoken of but many just ignore

The lungs of this planet are being wrecked in South
America, we pollute the world's oceans and kill many
sea-birds with various fishing methods, let alone oil
spills and toxic dumps. We wreck other nations natural
resources with willy nilly usage of cyanide and NO
chemical catchment area.

We all watch as both polar caps shrink?

Think further then past the end of your noses?

Try thinking of the world in 100 years from now and
what WE wish to leave our grandchildren?

Or you could prove to me you are as the saying goes
"real Ozzies"?

I'll supply the sand for your head burying technique.

Shame on the lot of you indeed, their is only one bad
bird is there not? the last one of it's species that
died seconds before you twitched it. Because the world
did nothing about saving it.

John A. Gamblin

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