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Old Saturday 28th March 2020, 15:15   #13
Deb Burhinus
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Originally Posted by Farnboro John View Post
OK.

BTO or whoever can pick it up from there
John
Why not just put observations straight onto BirdTrack? - it’s easy enough for people to sign up to and set up their garden or park as a ‘site’ - you don’t have to be a member.

https://www.bto.org/our-science/proj...birdtrack-home

At least the results will become part of a proper database and of future value.

(doesnt mean people can’t put their 5 April lists on BF too but I don’t understand why make it look like science when it could be part of real science)

Supporting the scheme Steve outlined otherwise, would actually provide some relatively light-hearted engagement with nature for others that want to take a less ‘rigid’ approach.
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