|Date:||Fri, 26 Nov 2004 10:34:44 +1100|
"err on the side of safety"
All very well but consideration must be given to the other side. There are people out there that could well be losing a pleasurable pastime for no apparent reason.
If this approach was taken I'm sure I could find a lobby group that would like to ban birdwatchers from the Capertee Valley because the odd one does something silly like stop suddenly in the middle of the road, park their car half on the verge on a crest or stand obliviously in the middle of the road peering upwards.
No, I think reason, based on sound research, should prevail.
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