|Subject:||Re: what bird is that? (SEQ)|
|Date:||Sat, 18 Jun 2005 18:05:33 +1000|
Thanks, David. I understand. I see too that you advocate contacting 'state fauna agencies' as a first choice, or TBN, etc., if one is unsure.
Judith wrote "On the other hand, if I were ever to see a 'rare bird' (or even, like now, to have just a hint of one), maybe it's better to leave it be, say nothing, go nowhere near it ever again?"
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