|Subject:||Re: Common Myna Scurge|
|Date:||Thu, 3 Mar 2005 12:33:53 +1100|
Rather than just keeping track of any range extension/movements there should be a move to encourage governments, be it local, state or federal, to draw a line in the sand and make an effort to slow or stop this spread.
Surely Birds Australia is the best placed organisation to lobby for such a move.
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