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Date: Sat, 19 Nov 2005 15:01:45 +1100
Hi Dave

Thanks for the reply.  Lived here for most part of my life with my family
and have no personal conflict with the Hunter.

No problem with the Hunter's bird list, Dave, merely querying some aspects
of it, the boundaries of the region, and offering a different 
with another region. Also wondered why there is such a discrepency between
HBOC data and Atlas data.




David Stowe Photography wrote:

> Peter
> 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??
> Cheers
> Dave
> On 19/11/05 8:05 AM, "" <>
>> Alan
>> 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
>> directly
>> 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.
>> Cheers
>> Peter


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