|To:||Sue Beatty <>|
|Subject:||Some good news for Eastern Curlews?|
|From:||Martin Butterfield <>|
|Date:||Sun, 24 Feb 2019 03:49:08 +0000|
I hope the rest of the article is more correct than this "Professor Justin Marshall, the chief investigator at Coral Watch, said birdwatching was the oldest form of citizen science, originating in the United States."
By way of example
Perhaps he is on about the Christmas Bird Count which started in 1900? Nice try no cigar: the RSPB was founded in 1889!
Googling the Professor's name he seems to be, surprisingly in view of that statement, of British birth arther than from the US.
On Sun, 24 Feb 2019 at 14:31, Sue Beatty <> wrote:
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