|Subject:||Hunter Region Birds|
|From:||David Stowe Photography <>|
|Date:||Sat, 19 Nov 2005 08:30:21 +1100|
I’m not sure why you seem to have such a problem with the Hunter’s bird list and how it gets it’s numbers? Surely every region counts birds that are found elsewhere such as wide-ranging land birds! I’m sure not many of the birds at all are directly associated with the “coal-fired industrial heartland” as Newcastle isn’t the definition of the Hunter Valley.
Has the Hunter done something to you in a past life or something??
On 19/11/05 8:05 AM, "" <> wrote:
> In essence, a substantial number of obligate marine, wide-ranging off-shore
> sea birds that occur up to 80km off the coast of Newcastle and are not
> associated with coal-fired industrial heartland of Newcastle (i.e. likely
> to occur across other off shore areas of NSW) are included in the list.
> May be the Liverpool Plains is looking as an 'important region ecologically'
> after all.
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