[Tweeters] Portland Audubon statement regarding Malheur occupation by terrorists

Devorah the Ornithologist birdologist at gmail.com
Mon Jan 4 23:12:27 PST 2016


hello everyone,

this important statement has been published by the Portland Audubon
Society. It does something that no one in the media has so far done: it
reminds the public of the historic reasons for the establishment of Malheur
and other national wildlife refuges, and states how the terrorists' stated
objectives are at odds with decades of collaboration and work by vast
numbers of people across communities:

http://audubonportland.org/news/audubon-society-of-portland-statement-on-the-occupation-of-malheur-national-wildlife-refuge

I, for one, am grateful that Portland Audubon has decisively stepped
forward with such an informative statement, and has shifted some of the
focus away from a self-proclaimed gang of "patriots" and back onto the
birds, the wildlife, and the environment that is protected by the national
park and refuge system for future generations to experience and enjoy.

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