Port Botany Development

To: "Dion Hobcroft" <>
Subject: Port Botany Development
From: "Birding Services Brisbane" <>
Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2001 14:47:08 +1000
Sounds like an issue where the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity
Conservation Act (EPBCA) could have a major role given the list of migratory
species listed in the message from Dion.

Roy Sonnenburg

> A quick look today revealed 30 Little Terns (28 in breeding plumage, some
> presenting fish and mating), 30 Common Terns, 100 Bar-tailed Godwits, 30
> Curlew Sandpipers, 2 Sharp-tailed Sandpipers, 3 Red Knots, 30 Red-necked
> Stints, 2 Pied Oystercatchers, 4 Black-winged Stilts plus the usual host
> pelicans, gulls , cormorants and Crested Terns. So enjoy it while you can
> be prepared to write some letters if it eventuates that the estuary will
> filled in.
> Dion

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