This is the well known board game of Monopoly that I've just received by post and ordered online but with a twist.
When I saw the subject title, I wondered if it was an RSPB Monopoly set, or some other birding organisation.
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Hazel in the Gironde estuary, France
It’s the old monopoly game, but with a twist from the RSPB and it’s not reserves but based on how rare the bird is and that puts the price of the property depending on how rare the bird is. I haven’t studied everything about this wild bird and RSPB reserve version of monopoly as of yet. I couldn’t reply to Mike earlier as I’ve been out birdwatching at my local Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust reserve today at Washington Wetlands as the weather was settled, warm and sunny.
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