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Old Saturday 28th March 2020, 08:42   #4
Steve
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John,I would say that the majority of people don't want to do a scientific study of migration over there garden or apartment balcony, I also don't think that many youngsters or indeed any age people have the id skills to know what a flock of seagulls (type) for instance looks like?

People will be happy just to report what they see on the 5th of April whether its on migration or just pecking seed of a feeder.

cheers

Steve
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