Your birding vehicle

To: "'Terry Bishop'" <>, "'birding aus'" <>
Subject: Your birding vehicle
From: "Tony Russell" <>
Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2006 10:45:53 +1030
Er, I thought we were talking about birding. I certainly don't go out
collecting firewood.
And as I said below, I only use existing tracks. I have no time for
those who go bashing across virgin scrub. They are the idiots who only
make it difficult for others.


-----Original Message-----
 On Behalf Of Terry Bishop
Sent: Friday, February 24, 2006 10:38 AM
To: birding aus
Subject: Your birding vehicle

Unfortunately, places with a colder Winter climate such as Orange suffer

from illegal woodcarting from people who won't leave that "useless
log" standing or laying on the ground. With the explosion of city based
drivers they are going further afield to collect there own wood. They
it is fun to make their owm roads by belting through virgin bush.The
pristine untouched rough bush tracks are now being cleared. It is
harder to find birds in there natural untouched eviroment. Many hectares
state forests surround Orange but again illegal weekend woodcarters are 
clearing up anything burnable.

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