|Subject:||On reporting observations|
|From:||Anthony Overs <>|
|Date:||Fri, 10 Jul 2009 12:21:16 +1000|
I would like to second the sentiments below from Matthew's email.|
Recently, a couple of people told me that they are reluctant to report their observations on the chatline through fear of being ridiculed, patronised or even abused.
I would encourage everyone to report anything that they would like to share, regardless of how common or uncommon the bird/behaviour is. If you think it's interesting, then share it! If you've got a question, then ask!!
Of course, I'd also encourage people to consider writing up their more interesting observations for inclusion in Canberra Bird Notes.
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