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|Subject:||Fwd: GBD 2012 is April 14 to May 14!|
|From:||martin butterfield <>|
|Date:||Tue, 10 Apr 2012 06:22:10 +1000|
The following message may be of interest to some readers. |
Scott is also contemplating organising a Fall (his word) event this year so it could be possible to have two bites at the cherry.
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Date: Thu, Mar 22, 2012 at 11:21 AM
You are receiving this email because you either participated or expressed
interest in the Green Big Day last year. I wanted to let you all know
that registration is open for GBD 2.0, and the window for the event will
be April 14 to May 14. Please go to www.greenbigday.org if you would like
to participate this spring.
Thank you all so much for your responses to the survey I sent out last
year. I plan to have those results posted on the website somewhere in the
future. Many of you indicated that you were hoping to best your own score
this year, and I wish you all the best in that endeavor.
For 2012, I am toning down the competitive aspect of the event overall, as
it may have contributed to some people not participating. Regionally, I
encourage individuals to create their own competitive juices if it will
help birders get in the mood to try out greenbirding!
I have been slammed with spammer registrations on my original email
address, so if you would like to communicate with me, please respond to
One last thing, Birding is going to run an article on the first Green Big
Day soon, and if you would like to send me any photos from your experience
last year that could be used in the article, please email them to me soon!
I don't know about you, but I need to get back on the exercise wagon if I
am going to have any chance to beat Josiah Clark on the central coast of
Take care and good birding,
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