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    Birding Goals

    Good for you. Everybody is entitled to their own opinions, and to express them. My comment was to the "...never heard a medical Expert say..." and to make up for that omission. And of course what I state are my opinions, based on studies and work and observations since graduation in 1982 as a...
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    Birding Goals

    Which perhaps explains why this is NOT the right arena for public health discussions. As I mentioned, I'm not 28 yes old, so I suppose Expert status eludes me. I just do my work where I am...
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    Birding Goals

    Well, you can read one here: bans om international and restrictions on national travel do not stop, but will slow and reduce the spread of a disease. That wins time for countermeasures. Now you have at least read it from an expert (Even though I'm over 28 yrs old) and consultant on epidemic...
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    Safety Tips when Birding?

    Cleaning a windshield is NOT suspicious behaviour, it is perfectly sensible and a safety must-do. Probably just stretching legs and prepping the vehicle for use. This is normal, not threatening, behaviour.
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    Crossfire 10-50 or 12-50 for short term use?

    I'm happy to read that your problems resolved do well. I've been wondering whether to buy a pair as they seem ridiculously underpriced vs quality and lifetime guarantee. You have resolved all that. Now to find a dealer who has them in stock...
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    Retired army officer, now for the birds.

    And on behalf of google, apologies wrt spelling
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    Retired army officer, now for the birds.

    Hello, everyone! Having now retired from active duty I'll hopefully be able to brush up on birds again, and having lurked in the bushes og this forum found it time to join. Travel usually between south of France, SE Norway, a large lake in middle Norway and North Norway with it's West Fiord...