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Old Wednesday 23rd March 2005, 17:33   #1
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Findhorn Valley eagles in danger

I know you have all heard this (or similar) before, but please, please visit:

www.stopdunmaglass.com

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Old Wednesday 23rd March 2005, 18:18   #2
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And me!

Why not move this to birds and birding or your birding day, I feel that it is that important and the majority of people get to see it.

Well done Mike for bringing it to my and I'm sure lots of others attention. Come on Moderators, what about a more prominent place and a sticky for this???
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Can hardly believe this. We know the area so well. Hope the campaign is successful.

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Thanks to all of you who have signed so far - I can't really comment on the project at all without shaking in anger (or fear!)

There are some who believe it is just another political stunt to deflect attention away from another site, but even so with the backing of the estate and a rushed through deadline (1 month) it does seem ominous. Or in the case of the goldies, criminal.

Please spread the word and get as many wilderness lovers - not just eagley folk - to get on the site and pledge their opposition!

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