Magpie Pica pica in Port Hedland WA

To: "Dave Torr" <>
Subject: Magpie Pica pica in Port Hedland WA
From: "Chris Sanderson" <>
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2007 10:57:31 +1100
> The only thing that is a real concern to me is the deliberate introduction
> of a number of birds of an alien species such that they might breed up and
> become a problem - hopefully we are over that by now (cane toad, common
> myna......) but one can never be sure.
Foxes in Tasmania?  Gamba Grass?  Any regular garden nursery in the
country?  I think we're a very long way from being over the problem of feral
introductions in this country.


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