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|From:||Ryu Callaway <>|
|Date:||Mon, 6 Apr 2020 04:55:54 +0000|
And now that more people are aware of their presence, just some basic guidelines that I would encourage all to follow for twitching based on what I saw out there today. I think its mostly common sense but not everyone seems to be getting the message or the gravity of the situation.
Please observe current COVID-19 restrictions in place should you decide to go and see these birds.
When I arrived and observed those birds this morning, there was no one else there, but when I came back down from Mt Jerrabomberra I observed contraventions of all of the above.
If irresponsible behaviours continue, people may also no longer be comfortable sharing significant sightings like this one in real time, meaning everyone misses out.
Please bird responsibly or else you risk tarnishing the reputation of birding and ruining it for everyone.
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