Shooting in Birdlife controlled conservation areas

To: "Briding -Aus" <>
Subject: Shooting in Birdlife controlled conservation areas
From: Neville Schrader OAM <>
Date: Sat, 2 Mar 2013 10:29:46 +1100
It appears to me to be a pretty hard argument we have in NSW to stop shooting 
in National Parks, when we see statement like this in the last Birdlife e- 
News, in relation to Gluepot Reserve, i.e six members of the sporting shooters 
visited for four days, shooting 74 goats, a cat and a fox, and they also 
trapped two foxes. Whilst I am aware that other states allow shooting in 
Conservation areas, I don’t see why Birdlife should support such. Trapping I 
have no problem with or rounding up the goats and selling. 

The question now is, who controls the policy of operations and management in 
Gluepot and Birdlife. 

In disappointment

Neville Schrader


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