Illegal Trapping.

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Mathnup
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Have you ever witnessed or been involved in illegal trapping activities, and if so, what steps should be taken to address this issue and protect our finch populations?

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Big question to ask and expect open responses.

I'd say most red brows, double bars and plumbheads are trapped before sales.
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The question is coming from a member from France.
So I'm not sure why it would be asked.
All I can say is legal trapping of finches was stopped during the early 80s and is illegal to take any native birds from the wild. If scrupulous people are doing it now they will be caught down the track and dealt with by the Australian authorities.
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