Bob Brown's green living

Brown, Bob
September 2015
Wild: Australia's Wilderness Adventure Magazine;Sep/Oct2015, Issue 149, p19
The article offers information on the campaign to save Bruny Island, Tasmania and its forests and swifties. It mentions that the bird species, swifties, are considered endangered and once found in large over-wintering flocks from Sydney to Adelaide. It adds that the logging carnage on the island can be seen at the website, www.bobbrown.org.au.


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