Yandina Creek Wetlands being Drained

To: Greg Roberts <>
Subject: Yandina Creek Wetlands being Drained
From: Peter Shute <>
Date: Sat, 2 May 2015 10:27:28 +1000
Greg, do you know the original reason they stopped growing sugar cane there?

Peter Shute

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> On 1 May 2015, at 7:11 pm, Greg Roberts <> wrote:
> I am sending this post again because for reasons which are obscure,
> the URL did not reproduce properly in the first one. I am not sure why
> birding-aus has ongoing issues with reproducing URLs but it is
> frustrating.
> Work has begun to drain the 200-hectare Yandina Creek Wetlands on the
> Sunshine Coast. As has been reported, the wetlands are home to an
> extraordinary variety of birds including several threatened species. 
> The drainage works are proceeding in defiance of federal and state
> investigations into potential breaches of environmental laws. 
> An update can be found at this link, along with further suggestions
> about who people can email if they are concerned: 
> Greg Roberts 
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