|Subject:||dodgy yellow wagtail email|
|From:||Tony Ashton <>|
|Date:||Thu, 29 Aug 2019 06:59:01 +1000|
Just deleted stilted request from purported visiting birder from Portugal with five pix of maybe Yellow Wagtail attached (left unopened by me). Addressed to 'Mr,'
Seemed dodgy. Anyone else received this in past 12 hours?
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