US Defence force - Protecting Birds

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Subject: US Defence force - Protecting Birds
From: Angus McNab <>
Date: Fri, 16 Aug 2013 14:32:19 +1000
Hello all,I've just come across this article, on inadvertent protection of 
wildlife by the US defense force,
I wondered if anyone knows if the Australian defense force has lands that 
contain many threatened native species? I'm not sure of how much land the 
defense force has or where it is located but I'm sure things are being 
inadvertently protected to some degree within these lands. Townsville defense 
land (which has similar signs to that in the story regarding lasers and 
unexploded devices) has a Vulnerable lizard - stripe-tailed Delma (Delma 
labialis) on it. I can only assume there are similar examples of birds?

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