Doe Re Me me me: [BIRDING-AUS] RFI on Bird Hides

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Subject: Doe Re Me me me: [BIRDING-AUS] RFI on Bird Hides
From: Penn Gwynne <>
Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2003 21:26:43 -0800 (PST)

Terry Pacey <> wrote:

I have only just found out about this subject on Birding-aus.

Cut back on your siesta's eh mate?

I note that Penn Guinne has given up knitting little cardigans for the moment and posted a very interesting URRL.

Well that's the last threat I'll make of posting a king-size brolly to you.

Even though the site he/she has provided is for commercial bird hides (and in Britain) it does mention a very important matter.

He/She? don't discrimate ....

Any bird hide should cater for the disabled. Wheelchair access should be 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 wheelchair.

Knit one ... perl one ... knit two nits together Yes Tee Pee, but mate there doesn't appear to be too much out there that encompasses good OH&S practices and bird hides? can't think as to why? as this should always be the case eh?

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

Let alone the wooden splinters eh?

Terry Pacey

No your not?? your our Tee Pee ..... Ooroo JAG de Whag back under the clear blue skies not a skerrick of a cloud to be seen anywhere.



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