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Subject: Trespassing
From: Terrill Nordstrom <>
Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2017 12:47:42 +0000
For anybody who intends to check out the Orange Chats that have been
observed at Jamberoo, near Kiama please remain on the bike/walking track
and *DO NOT* trespass onto the farmers fields. One of our members caught a
Birder from Sydney who was walking in the paddocks searching for the birds,
the land on either side of the track which is fenced is private property,
so do not go onto this land. I cannot believe that after all of the
discussion on the subject of trespassing onto private land some birders
still feel that they are above the law and do not care that other Birders
may not be allowed to observe the birds because of their own selfish acts.
                Terrill Nordstrom   Illawarra Birders
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