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Posted Wednesday 30th April 2008 at 19:56 by bkrownd
Updated Sunday 19th April 2009 at 02:33 by bkrownd
Big article in the paper today featuring a bunch of people yowling about the national park's (alien) ungulate (pigs, sheep, goats, cattle) eradication programs. Apparently if all those "beautiful" pigs and sheep are eliminated all we'll be left with are "boring plants". ...some of the most endangered "boring plants" on Earth, which support some of the most endangered animals on Earth. This reminds me that I need to post more photos of sheep and pig damage on my web pages, and start a new page devoted to photos of trash left in the wilderness and native plants destroyed by a few of the bad apples here.
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Ouch! Some people are so blind! Have you posted the article on your blog yet? If you'd like I'll link to it on mine.
Posted Sunday 19th April 2009 at 00:30 by BirdAdvocate BirdAdvocate is offline
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Not sure if I can dredge up a link to the old article.
Posted Sunday 19th April 2009 at 02:35 by bkrownd bkrownd is offline
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