Don't Eradicate the Narrabundah Peafowls.

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Pauline Clark
3 years ago
Thank goodness the Qld Govt does not eradicate bush turkeys . They wander , get run over , dig up gardens and are part of our eco system. Can not understand why relocation, unless someone with local connections is intolerable. Euthanising is excuse,so as someone does not have to go to the trouble of relocating. Unfathomable idea when we have so many more important issues around ACT to deal with !

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John Morrissey
3 years ago
We need a little variety in our urban landscapes. Not every part of Canberra need to look the same.

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Cindy Dutka
3 years ago
Why eradicate this innocent animals??? I am horrified at what humans will do for their own gain.

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Caley Day
3 years ago
As a Narrabundah resident, I, as should all residents, consider myself very lucky to see these magnificent birds roam freely! They are harmless.

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Jane Alexander
3 years ago
Surely you can come up with a better solution. Really!

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Leanne Joyce
3 years ago
The peacocks are a lovely part of life in the area and pose no threat.

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Trish GALLARDO
3 years ago
No one has the right to do this to innocent animals

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Clive Collins
3 years ago
The peacocks of Narrabundah are a charming and quirky part of the area, and I am amazed that there are some who don't see them as an asset to be treasured. They bring a bright and colourful, sometimes spectacular relief to a dreary day. This small example of natural diversity should be embraced , not feared. Their numbers are small, and kept in check by predators. Any negative impact is surely minor and probably in most cases rare and non-ongoing, or even just anticipated. In my experience the call of a peacock is no more intrusive than the early morning calls of some currawongs or the raucous shrieks of of our regular visiting cockatoos. And if the problem is a 'slip hazard', then let's close all the paths around our lakes and ponds with their messy waterfowl. Some effort has gone in to producing the Peacock Management Plan, and now may the energies of our local authorities be expended on more more worthwhile and pressing priorities.

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Karen Hutchinson
3 years ago
I love all animals and we should protect and care for them.

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Marce Walsh
3 years ago

"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated."-Mahatma Ghandi
"We should respect animals because it makes better human beings of us all."-Dr. Jane Goodall