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10,000K with Peter Kaestner (1 Viewer)

Note: A project like this can’t reasonably be a secret from Peter, but the results can be a surprise! Peter, if you’re reading this, look away! 😁

Over the decades and across the globe, many of us have been delighted to see Peter Kaestner’s progress. This is especially true if you have shared the experience with him of finding a bird for his list.

Here is a fun opportunity to celebrate everyone who helped and accompanied Peter on the way to 10,000 birds.

The following survey form allows Peter’s many friends and associates to document their time with him and to honor his accomplishment.

If you were with Peter when he found a life, or if you can help spread the word to those who have, visit and share the following:

Survey Link: tinyurl.com/celebratebirding

Ways to share the project...
Instagram: @CelebrateBirding Login • Instagram
Threads: Birdwatcher (@celebratebirding) on Threads

The success of this project depends on getting the survey circulated via social media, email, clubs and groups around the world.

Tell your friends
Post the survey links to your Social Media and send it to your Whatsapp group
Email bird guides, boat captains, drivers and tour companies with the link
Share with Bird Clubs, Newsletters and Podcasters.

The author of the project, who is working with ABA and Peter's wife to spread the word, will share the results on the one year anniversary of Peter’s accomplishment.
P.S. I already have some fabulous entries, and over the next few months, I'll send out snippets with reminders to spread the word.
Best regards, from Celebrate Birding

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