Fw: [BIRDING-AUS] bird poisonings

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Subject: Fw: [BIRDING-AUS] bird poisonings
From: "wendy" <>
Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2003 00:18:05 +1100
 I typical case of by-catch??!!
Why can't the b....s just turn the bloody lights off (the people aren't
allowed to go there anymore only American shrubs, so it doesn't need to be
lit up - perhaps we should tell the Prime Miniature the lights just makes it
an easier target for terrorists) and leave the Bogong Moths for the wildlife
to feed on at more natural sites. Also allowing the moths to complete their
amazing migration and hibernation.
There is actually a (seen on LATE late night ABC tv) doco on the whole
subject - that did not mention this rotten poisoning.
I wonder if they are killing insectivorous bats too with their poison moths?
wendy moore

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