A gloomy message for World Migratory Bird Day

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Subject: A gloomy message for World Migratory Bird Day
From: Phil Straw <>
Date: Sun, 01 May 2011 21:19:09 +1000
AWSG News Alert: 
World Migratory Bird Day - is celebrated on the second weekend of may round the 
world. Take part and register your activities.

World Migratory Bird Day  - Time is running out for Australia's migratory 

While you are reading the article linked below another hectare of shorebird 
habitat will have disappeared in the Yellow Sea! 
Habitat that is essential for migratory shorebirds stopping to feed on their 
way from Australia to their breeding grounds in Siberia and Alaska. 

The AWSG urge you to voice your concern now, read more 

Phil Straw
Vice Chairman
Australasian Wader Studies Group
Tel: 61 2 9597 7765
Mob: 0411 249 075

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