Re: rainbow lorikeet removal in unwanted areas

To: John Leonard <>
Subject: Re: rainbow lorikeet removal in unwanted areas
From: John Tongue <>
Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2009 17:39:53 +1100
The Guy from DPIW is confident of its effectiveness, if we can just get the birds to come to the feeder in the first place!

John Tongue
Ulverstone, Tas.

On 23/02/2009, at 5:36 PM, John Leonard wrote:

I'm sure that this has been thought of, but it occurs to me that
Rainbow Lorikeets must have a good sense of taste (to determine
whether the nectar they are drinking is OK and isn't contaminated in
some way. So the sedative used to put them to sleep would have to be

John Leonard


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