Brisbane Foxes and Turkeys

Subject: Brisbane Foxes and Turkeys
From: Laurie & Leanne Knight <>
Date: Fri, 17 Aug 2001 22:37:02 +1000
Crikey Scott, can't you recognise when someone is cracking a joke about
one of the great sources of angst on this newsgroup?  

Without wishing to cast nasturtiums, me thinks the cormorant is calling
the currawong black on the subject of lecturing.

LK <not a fox, penguin, night parrot or caravan owner>

Scott O'Keeffe wrote:
> Peter-
> Are your comments meant to be a lecture?  If they are, then they are
> misplaced.  The research I am quoting has nothing to do with canon netting,
> but it did make findings of considerable importance in conservation of Brush
> Turkeys, in particular, and urban wildlife in general.
> Scott O'Keeffe
> -----Original Message-----
> From: 
>  Behalf Of Peter Cheuwon
> Sent: 15 August 2001 23:49
> To: 
> Subject: [BIRDING-AUS] Brisbane Foxes and Turkeys
> Hey Scott!
> Is it possible to cannon net foxes?   Or is it only the Turkeys that have to
> watch out!
> After reading your note I have this mind picture of an egg with a band on
> it!
> In the name of research and conservation.
> Regards
> Peter
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