"michael hunter" <>
Mon, 21 Jan 2002 12:08:50 +1100
Personal predjudice and politics aside, the practice of excluding feral
species from areas of bushland has paid dividends in terms of a resurgence
of native species in Western Australia in particular, where the NPWS
equivalent over there have fenced off large areas and are eliminating foxes
and cats inside those areas.
Does anyone seriously oppose the principle of doing this?
50km west of Sydney Harbour Bridge
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