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I must have missed something here, are we worried about protecting the ETS in the US or about people in other areas of the world (where the sparrow is native) getting the pics off the internet and using them for harm?  A comment was made that seemed to be geared towards aiding the species in its unnatural spread in the midwest which is interesting to me, why would we want to aid in the spreading of a non-native species which is competing with natives for food and nesting areas?  I understand that this is our "st. louis bird" but it is still not meant to be here.  just a thought
 
Matt Andrews
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