It's been great! Thanks for everything.
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Did I mention the book of the blog?
It's beyond me why anyone who cares about our planet would not stand behind organisations like the RSPB, I suppose there's a financial objective for those who don't or because they simply have adopted a position out of principle. We who care about the sentient creatures that we share our planet with salute those who stand with them. Maybe this comment is a bit over the top , but it's what it boils down to. Politics don't come in to it but a genuine concern and realisation for the state and future of environment do.
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