In reply to Bobs_Still_Retired:
Each to their own eh Bob, anything to get children involved and connected to the wild. Its what I did since I was a child and so im encouraging my own to do the same
In reply to Rob Pilley:
Could you send me a link to your reply Kate as I can't see it, thank you
Do you mean This?
You click on 'MORE ' Tab to edit and delete .'
Here you go Rob.
Rob Pilley said:Its not spam, it really is me!
Posting that many times is Spam - no other word for it.
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Rob Pilley said:Each to their own eh Bob, anything to get children involved and connected to the wild. Its what I did since I was a child and so im encouraging my own to do the same
Sorry, I hadn't realised that because you had done it at an early age that that made it OK. My father taught me that wildlife is there to watch and admire but there is no reason to touch and disturb. That's what I taught my children and will teach my grandchildren.
Rob Pilley said:I am new to this forum so just finding my feet, we were all new once
I think it would be helpful if you could delete all the threads with no replies & just have one conversation running on the same subject. It isn't very helpful to swamp the forum with numerous copies of the same statement, & won't make it easy for you or anyone else to work out what is being said.
We are a small & friendly community & new members who want to contribute to the forum are always welcome & any problems of how to use the forum can generally be sorted.
Hazel in the Gironde estuary, France
In reply to Noisette:
Thanks for the advice Noisette, this is my first post and so of course I'm trying to find my feet and work out how things work! I shall delete it where im not getting any replies, Cheers for now, Rob
Oh yes we all take something different from wildlife- I too like to admire from afar but other times have to get closer to learn more. Both methods work very well and both offer something that the other doesn't
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