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Feral means non-native/introduced/exotic. At least, it does in Australia and in this group.

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the TNR fallacy 42 4 years ago
OPEN INVITATION 52 9 years ago
lists of invasive species 9 9 years ago
cat threads 12 8 years ago
what the UCS, WWF, IUCN etc have to say 6 8 years ago
Care2 members support hunting 3 3 years ago
This group is under attack 43 4 years ago
Petition: Save endangered species from feral hunte... 66 4 years ago
livestock and GHG emissions 1 5 years ago
Feral camels out of control! 15 6 years ago
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Many hosts expect active participation from group members and desire constant activity on their groups. I don't. Many people I invite to my groups express concern that they don't have the time to devote to more groups. My groups are their for the benefit of members and I am happy for them to get something from the group in their own time and return nothing, even if they ask lots of questions. In many of my groups I would rather have a small amount of information that is of timeless value rather than a constant stream of chatter (though I don't mind if you just want to chat). I welcome debates as they help to ensure that the information provided is sound. I often rewrite my posts after lengthy debates as I find that I can express my views much more clearly and concisely and back them up more rigourously.

But don't be afraid to contribute if you have something!
Posted: Nov 4, 2005 2:16am | (3) | (0) |  
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Location:United States
Please sign my petitions:

Kangaroo meat:

Feral animals:

Science education: 

Protect the reputation of science and the UCS:

my hompage
Posted: Nov 3, 2005 5:38pm | (5) | (0) |  
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