Mornington Peninsula National Park dog walking review

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Subject: Mornington Peninsula National Park dog walking review
From: Debbie Lustig <>
Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2012 14:28:35 +1100

Many thanks to Malcolm Brown for alerting us to the 30/11 deadline for 
submissions to Parks Victoria's dog-walking in the Mornington Peninsula 
National Park review. Parks Vic's own website has a comprehensive outline of 
reasons for the review (the discussion paper), and outlines the four options 
being considered. It also provides an online form for submissions, particularly 
handy if you haven't time to write a comprehensive paper.
To read an excellent submission, Birdlife Australia has put its contribution 
Hooded Plovers number only around 60 on the Mornington Peninsula and their fate 
hangs on the result of this review. In a broader sense, the conservation values 
of national parks everywhere may be either eroded or confirmed. Please write 

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