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Byron Shire
May 19, 2021

Mary Gardner’s articles on environment a great read

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I’d like to express my appreciation for the articles in Echonetdaily written by Mary Gardner, on the diverse range of issues relating to our immediate natural environment and wildlife.

Mary’s writing style makes the often complex and disturbing content about our natural environment, and our role in it, easily accessible for the not-so-scientifically inclined.

Phoebe Havyatt, Byron Bay

 


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