Cooloola nat park burnt out?

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Subject: Cooloola nat park burnt out?
From: John Hammond <>
Date: Wed, 2 Dec 2009 01:45:11 -0800 (PST)
I was reading in today's paper that fire has destroyed a large area within 
Fraser island and cooloola national park. Some seem to think it's that bad that 
the populations of ground parrots and emu wrens may have been almost wiped out. 
I've had fantastic views of both species within the park and it would indeed be 
a great shame if this fire has greatly affected one of the only reliable places 
to see these birds in Queensland. I was wondering if anybody has checked up on 
cooloola way? Has the grass owl sight been burnt out?  Regards John Hammond 

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