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From: Laurie Knight <>
Date: Thu, 16 Jul 2015 08:23:12 +0000
  Content preview:  Some of you would have seen the item in yesterday’s papers
    about the decline in Australia’s common bird species -

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Some of you would have seen the item in yesterday=92s papers about the decl=
ine in Australia=92s common bird species - =

There was further reporting on the global decline of seabird species (based=
 on a study of 500 populations) -
ering-massive-population-declines/ =

The key point with the second item is apparent in the associated map - it s=
hows the region with the most species at risk of extinction is in our zone =
- from Tasmania and the NSW coast, across the Tasman Sea and to the east of=
 New Zealand.  It would appear that many of =93our=94 seabirds are under th=
e hammer.

Regards, Laurie
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