Shooting in NSW National Parks

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Subject: Shooting in NSW National Parks
From: John Leonard <>
Date: Sun, 3 Mar 2013 08:50:48 +1100
Hi Neville

It seems to me to be a perfect illustration of the difference between locally 
effectively feral control and what is proposed for NSW

1. Gluepot, targeted feral control in a small area with identified feral 
populations, time-limited, park closed
2. NSW, general free for all in most nps whether or not they have an identified 
feral problem, public safety issues &c

In fact the Gluepot exercise is exactly the sort that used to be carried out in 
NSW but will now no longer be possible because p & w staff will have to spend 
all they time and budgets trying to stop harm to native wildlife and the public

John Leonard

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