Red-caps. at Truganina.

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Subject: Red-caps. at Truganina.
From: Peter Shute <>
Date: Sat, 2 Oct 2010 17:55:43 +1000
Definitely report it to the police. We very rarely get anything to identify 
these people by, so it's a good chance to make an example of them. What they'll 
do, I don't know. 

If you or anyone knows who's doing the Red Capped-plover study, it would be 
good to let her know. Hopefully she can explain the situation to the police 
better, and they can be charged with some wildlife offences and not just 
trespassing or a warning. Maybe ring the council ranger too, I'll send you her 
email address, etc, when I get home.

Hopefully they have left tracks as evidence.

Peter Shute

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