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From: Alan McBride <>
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2008 08:45:34 +1000
Hi list,

I guess this is like giving someone a broken present and suggesting they fix it themselves! Not quite what I would do.


Alan and all

That is the sort of organisation I was thinking about but also am happy
to send my old nokkies to those less fortunate in Australia. Is it
possible that each of the regional bird clubs in Australia could have
some sort of collection point or night or someone responsible for
collection of such things. They could then possibly be transported, by
someone moving through the area, to a central collection location and
then shipped to wherever. Surely they could be moved from the wardrobe
to a central collection location for little cost. The logistics of who
repairs and maintains should be the recipients I feel. I would bet there
are very skilled and enterprising people, in those countries, who could
easily repair and maintain them for local costs affordable to the local

Greg Little


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