To: Carl Clifford <>
Subject: Trespassing
From: Tony Russell <>
Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2017 21:56:23 +0000
Interesting Carl, you and a dodo. John Young got into all sorts of
difficulties with eager twitchers and academics  for ( at first) not
revealing where he'd found the Night Parrots.

On 23 October 2017 at 23:57, Carl Clifford <> wrote:

> There are always some idiots who spoil it for all, due to their unthinking
> actions. Private property means nothing, if it stands in the way of a
> twitch. If I were to see a Dodo on someone’s property, I would not divulge
> it, except perhaps to the Australian Museum and only then if they agreed to
> not divulge the location of the sighting for a period which would allow for
> the bird to move on. I might advise the landholder on setting up a pay per
> view system, though.
> Carl Clifford
> On Monday, October 23, 2017, Terrill Nordstrom <
> >
> wrote:
> > 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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