the fire hazzard reduction program

To: "birding-aus" <>
Subject: the fire hazzard reduction program
From: Tony Palliser <>
Date: Wed, 4 Sep 2013 18:22:27 +1000
With so much smoke in the air today  - it made me wonder just how beneficial
such a practice is.   To have so much wildlife destroyed and to do this in
the middle of the breeding season - is it really the answer?   No one likes
wildfires, but this just seems so wrong to me. Surely it would be better to
spend a lot more money educating, preventing, forest watching and tackling
fires early when they occur in summer than to destroy so much right now.   


Check the extent of the damage being done here:






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