Re: Common Myna Scurge

Subject: Re: Common Myna Scurge
From: Andrew Taylor <>
Date: Thu, 3 Mar 2005 13:54:12 +1100
On Thu, Mar 03, 2005 at 12:33:53PM +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.

There has been a bit in the media about  Cane Toad traps in the Top End.
As far as I can see these will have similar impact to Canute's commands.

But given mynah's preferences for centres of habitation and their slow
expansion at the periphery of their ranges, Chris Tidemann's Mynah traps
might be able to limit their range at modest cost


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