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Andrew Rowlands

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Hi Charles, I hadn't seen this before - interesting stuff, eh? How do they know it was an arboreal species? (Please don't link me to the original - I find it hard reading English sometimes :) ).

Andy.
 

Larry Lade

Moderator
Welcome back, Charles! Have not heard from you for awhile.

That was an interesting story on the "old bird". I do not think it had been posted on here before (of course, I could have missed it).

Good Birding!
 

Charles Harper

Régisseur
Sorry, gents, I don't even log on frequently enough to find out there are additional postings for me. The earthquake has left quite a mess and several thousand people without homes near the Japan Sea coast, but all we got in Yokohama was a good shaking, thank goodness. The media here are always forecasting 'The Big One', but it hasn't come yet.
 

A CHAPLIN

Well-known member
Another welcome back, thought of you every day, as you weren't around thought it had got you (earthquake of course).

Will now go and look for the "Old Bird" story.

Good to hear from you

Ann Chaplin
 

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Charles Harper said:
Sorry, gents, I don't even log on frequently enough to find out there are additional postings for me. The earthquake has left quite a mess and several thousand people without homes near the Japan Sea coast, but all we got in Yokohama was a good shaking, thank goodness. The media here are always forecasting 'The Big One', but it hasn't come yet.

Welcome back. Glad you are OK!

Mike
 

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