Red goshawk research

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Subject: Red goshawk research
From: Michael Hunter <>
Date: Mon, 31 Dec 2018 09:18:26 +1100
The Red Goshawk 
conversation is interesting but not conservationally enlightening re the 
proposed area apparently to be Strip Mined.

Would any findings in any significant way affect the Development and if so how?

Who decides.

Even Rio Tinto can't create thousands of hectares of Red Goshawk habitat ,     
or could they ultimately rehabilitate the stripped areas to that end,?  and is 
that possibility being researched ?

Of course  Environmental Studies add, sometimes enormously, to 
our ecological knowledge, but how often do the findings effect any change to 
the ultimate Development?

(On the plus side they also employ many of our best and brightest.naturalists) 

The Governments proposal to reassess the development of a Queensland Ramsar 
site into a marina  despite a prohibitive EIS is a case in point. 
 It is a travesty, 

Hopefully Birding-aussers are expending email energy toward the Federal and 
Queensland Governments on this topic as well as  posting on the Red Goshawk.


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