Re: A Conference presented by a mix of amateurs and academics

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Subject: Re: A Conference presented by a mix of amateurs and academics
From: Roaminoz - <>
Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2010 17:04:59 +1000

I thought it rude. I think I must have read the first paragraph three times to 
make sure I was reading what was written.


> In light of the recent discussion on amateurs and academics I hope the 
> sentiment in the first paragraph was not an intentional swipe, I really 
> really hope that I have misinterpreted the following and that it was just 
> unfortunate wording.
> I'm sorry but I stopped reading after that as I was busy trying to work out 
> what the sentiment actually was.
> Bob Green
> For those intelligent amateur birdwatchers who like to understand birds as 
> well as look at them, Birds Australia Southern Queensland is holding its 
> second Annual Conference on Saturday 27th March at the Griffith University 
> Ecocentre. Academics are welcome too.

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