Birding-aus membership

Subject: Birding-aus membership
From: R & J Frankenberg <>
Date: Fri, 15 Mar 2002 12:14:24 +1100
Dear all

As a relatively new subscriber to Birding-aus, I continue my involvement
because I am learning about birds from outside my area and enjoy the stories
of bird behaviour etc that often appear.  I also like to read of other's
delight in what they see.   I am not a twitcher but I am happy to skim
through the discussions about how to find what where.

 I do not enjoy the abusive messages which sometimes appear.  I am afraid
that I found the latest example highly offensive and quite unnecessary.  I
am not a hunter, but I do have enough imagination to understand why some
people like to hunt.   I don't think personal abuse contributes anything to
the discussion.  That is the sort of thing that could make me unsubscribe.

I hope I won't have to.


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