Threatened species and the OBP

To: 'Simon Mustoe' <>, "" <>, "" <>
Subject: Threatened species and the OBP
From: Peter Shute <>
Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2012 14:08:23 +1100
Simon, you keep referring to access issues. I'm sure there are places I can't 
go birding, but apart from private land, I can't think of many, or at least not 
many  where there are no alternatives. Can you give some examples, please?

Peter Shute

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> By contrast, Australian conservation groups, national park 
> authorities and others who control land access and access to 
> wildlife are 20-30 years behind this thinking. It's not to do 
> with lack of care in the community, it's to do with the 
> attitude of those who control access.

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