Destruction of Eastern & Crimson habitat

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Subject: Destruction of Eastern & Crimson habitat
From: "Terry Bishop" <>
Date: Wed, 20 Sep 2006 20:58:41 +1000 (AUS Eastern Standard Time)
 It is with sadness that I report the cutting down and wood chipping of 30
mature pines which were an excellent breeding and bird watching area for
Eastern and Crimson Rosellas on the Southern side of Orange. I am afraid
that they will move on as their is very few available nest sites with in a
large radius from the pines. These pines were not dangerous and had not lost
any limbs during high winds or heavy snow.
Terry Bishop
Orange NSW


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