|To:||Birding-Aus Aus <>, Carl Clifford <>|
|Subject:||Fwd: [Raptor_conservation] photographers threaten endangered Hen Harriers in Holland|
|Date:||Thu, 11 Nov 2010 10:04:35 +0800|
"Both nests had been the focus of attention of
photographers, as visible from the trampling of vegetation"
Do you know something that was not in the text Carl?
It seems it is just not journalists that put 1 & 1 together to make 3 ;-).
However chances are we will marvel at some wonderful close-up footage by David Attenborough & his professional mates on a Sunday night in the future.
"How do they get those shots?"
All the while maintaining the divisions; Twitcher good, Professional photographer good, Amateur photographer bad..
On Thu Nov 11 8:09 , Carl Clifford <> sent:
Another case of bird photographers behaving badly.
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