This months good egg award post goes to Lolly for her post on the harmful use of mesh bags in bird feeding. it shows that she has taken a great step up for nature and has engaged discussion on a relevant topic. In addition, this demonstrates her commitment and enthusiasm for wildlife and nature, which we thought worthy of recognition. We hope you all continue discussions like this and continue to campaign for safer ways to feed the birds.
Well done Lolly!
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Congratulations Lolly on a well deserved good egg :)
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In reply to Germain:
So well deserved, you have worked so hard on this
it's great it's have been recognized
In reply to sugar:
Well done on a well deserved award for bringing more attention to the problem caused by netting around food.
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In reply to Shane:
Well done Lolly congratulations to you.
Just the other day I past a garden that had Mesh Feeders hanging on their feeders.
I felt like knocking on the house owners door to explain about Mesh Feeders but restrained myself. Not good at all.
In reply to Anonymous:
Well done Lolly,
I hope you get a reply from gardman and BTO.
In reply to wren:
Well deserved Lolly,you're doing a grand job !!
Birding is for everyone no matter how good or bad we are at it,enjoy it while you can
In reply to Lolly_24:
Well done Lolly, a first class award you deserve it ,hope you get a good result on you plastic net thread ,looking forward to seeing Gardmans and BTO replies
Work is for those people that don't Bird-watch!!!!
well done lolly,I have always taken the mesh off the food but it never occured to me to write to the suppliers so good on you
In reply to birdbox:
Well done Lolly! I am so pleased! Very well deserved! Let's hope your campaign brings results!
God gave us two ears and one mouth for a very good reason!
In reply to Jenni Morgan:
well deserved Lolly
a good laugh is better than a tonic
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