Re: RFI on Bird Hides

To: "Birding-aus" <>
Subject: Re: RFI on Bird Hides
From: "Terry Pacey" <>
Date: Wed, 5 Mar 2003 14:31:05 +1000
I have only just found out about this subject on Birding-aus.  I note that
Penn Guinne has given up knitting little cardigans for the moment and posted
a very interesting URRL.

Even though the site he/she has provided is for commercial bird hides (and
in Britain) it does mention a very important matter.  Any bird hide should
cater for the disabled.  Wheelchair access should available and the
construction should cater for wheelchairs as well.  It is also important
that seating is available for those who are disabled but not confined to a

Anyone constructing a bird hide without taking this into account COULD be
breaching a number of Acts as well as being extremely inconsiderate.

Terry Pacey

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