re: Bustards in south-west Victoria

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Subject: re: Bustards in south-west Victoria
From: "Lawrie Conole" <>
Date: Mon, 6 Aug 2001 19:25:58 +1000
I agree that the evidence against the Fox in terms of being part of story
about the disappearance of medium-sized ground nesting birds from large
parts of southern Australia is not backed by hard facts.  Though
circumstancial, it's fairly convincing nonetheless.  It occurs to me that
the fairly healthy population of Bush Stone-curlews on fox-free Kangaroo
Island in SA is a compelling piece of circumstancial evidence against them.

Any comments Chris Baxter or other KI folk?

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