NAVY TO FEED BIRTH CONTROL TO MIGRATORY BIRDS

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NAVY TO FEED BIRTH CONTROL TO MIGRATORY BIRDS

Postby swampdonkey » Wed Mar 21, 2007 4:04 pm

i've posted this on other forums and cupped up posted on here. please visit www.noolf.com for detailed info. but the biggest deal is they are trying to build the landing strip between two wildlife refuges that are winter home to a huge amount of swans, geese, and ducks that the navy will be flying around and proposed birth control as an solution. please help noolf.com has a contact list for government officials that need to be contacted and told that this will not be tollerated. This WILL effect other places no just NC. Thank you for help. Josh
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Postby swampdonkey » Wed Mar 21, 2007 4:11 pm

i posted this on other forums and got a reply that said the site had been shut down so here is the contact info I'll post more contact later please start with these



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Postby woodduckhunter » Wed Mar 21, 2007 6:24 pm

That's a reall smart idea
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Postby biodukmc » Fri Apr 20, 2007 11:08 am

Swampdonkey, thought this would interest you.

New Developments: Ducks Unlimited and the Navy's Outlying Landing Field (OLF)

In a statement yesterday (April 19th), Senator Dole opposed Site C for the OLF and said she will oppose funding for Site C (see news release below). This is a major development!

Yesterday afternoon DU sent a letter to the Senate Military Construction Appropriations Subcommittee in advance of their hearing this morning. The same letter went to the House Mil. Con. Subcommittee

SENATE: http://www.ducks.org/media/North%20Caro ... 7%20DU.pdf

HOUSE: http://www.ducks.org/media/North%20Caro ... 7%20DU.pdf

For further information on this issue and DU stance visit: http://www.ducks.org/North_Carolina/NCC ... ysOLF.html


News Release from Senator Dole:

April 19th, 2007 - Washington, D.C. - U.S. Senator Elizabeth Dole today sent a letter to the Secretary of the Navy opposing the Navy's proposal to build an outlying landing field in Washington County and calling on the service to withdraw its recommendation for an OLF at that site.

"I appreciate the extensive discussions that we and our staffs have had over the last several weeks regarding the Navy's proposal for an outlying landing field in North Carolina," Dole wrote to Navy Secretary Donald Winter. "As I have conveyed to you, the Navy's proposal to build an OLF in Washington County is simply not feasible.

"In the best interests of both North Carolinians and the service, the Navy must withdraw its recommendation for an OLF in Washington County, and focus on operationally viable sites in North Carolina where environmental and other problems are very limited, and where residents are more receptive to such a facility and its potential for long-term economic development. I will oppose funding for an OLF in Washington County, as well as other potential sites that fail to meet these standards.

"I look forward to continuing to work with the Navy - and facilitating a dialogue with state and local officials and my colleagues in the North Carolina congressional delegation - to find a solution as quickly and efficiently as possible that will both benefit residents of North Carolina and provide pilots with the training that they require and deserve."
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