That is like comparing apples with oranges.
Gluepot Reserve is closed to the public while very experienced shooters
cull goats. The NSW situation, as I understand it, allows hunting in
national parks while other users attempt to enjoy the environment.
On Sat, Mar 2, 2013 at 10:29 AM, Neville Schrader OAM <
> 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
> The question now is, who controls the policy of operations and management
> in Gluepot and Birdlife.
> In disappointment
> Neville Schrader
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