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Old Wednesday 26th February 2014, 20:10   #7376
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Originally Posted by jacana View Post
I think your thread was merged with this one:
Hi there.

Any ideas on how and/or why?

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Old Thursday 27th February 2014, 09:45   #7377
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Originally Posted by biking birder 2010 View Post
Hi there.

Any ideas on how and/or why?

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The admins will have done it since the two threads had a similar topic it makes sense to merge them into one
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hi im 19 from Derbyshire :)
I love birding and I want to see as many species as possible, I always check bird guides and go hunting for all the rare birds in the range of around 2 hours away :3 I don't know any other young birders though :/ if you want to be friends or talk then send me a message on here.
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Old Tuesday 17th March 2015, 16:02   #7379
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earthbirder, if you are a Facebook person you might want to look up Next Generation Birders, that isn't a recommendation - I don't know them but they are young.
I hope you are a member of your local RSPB group, should be a good place to meet birders of every age as would the Derbyshire ornithology club
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