Yellow Bittern Hysteria

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Subject: Yellow Bittern Hysteria
From: "Arthur & Denise Carew" <>
Date: Sat, 12 Jul 2014 15:03:41 +1000
It appears that bird photographers seem to cop the blame too often for the 
moving on of rarities. As a photographer, I have, on many occasions requested 
that non photographic observers not get too close to a bird (or any other 
animal/reptile etc) so that all who are there can enjoy the sighting. We should 
all remember that there are people of all persuasions that don’t follow the 
tenets of ethical birding.

Arthur Carew
Clematis, Victoria.
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