From Herbert Uganda

To: Tom Tarrant <>
Subject: From Herbert Uganda
From: Bob Gosford <>
Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2012 20:33:52 +0930
I second that.

I am looking forward to catching up with Herbert and the many hundreds of
other scientists, ethnoornithologists, birders, bird guiders and much more
in Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya and the rest of that great continent at the
Pan-African Ornithological Congress in Arusha, Tanzania in October this

See more for yourself here:



On 27 April 2012 20:28, Tom Tarrant <> wrote:

> Just to set the record straight, Herbert is a genuine bird-guide, he is the
> managing-director of the respected "BirdUganda" and not a 'spammer' by
> nature. I believe his appeal is a genuine request to advance the lives of
> female Ugandans who are very under-privileged. I'm sure there are a few B-A
> readers who have used his services and can also vouch for his veracity.
> Tom
> On Fri, Apr 27, 2012 at 7:42 PM, Peter Shute <> wrote:
> > I was going to reject this a spam, but it sort of looks genuine. For some
> > reason a Reply All to it doesn't include the list, don't know what's
> going
> > on there.
> >
> > Actually, looking at the website, I think it's birding spam, should have
> > read it properly.
> >
> > Peter Shute
> >
> >
> > --------------------------
> > Sent using BlackBerry
> >

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