Every now and again I receive messages from
readers enquiring how they go about posting comments. It’s a slightly confusing
process and one that I thought required a bit of explanation so here goes.
It’s really easy and well worth doing. Once you’re logged in, you can comment on not only my posts but the many others that keep you updated on things like marine issues, how to bring nature into a learning environment and our work within the farming community.
The key is that you need to sign in or register
to RSPB Community to get involved in the conversation.
Occasionally, even when you are
logged in, you may not immediately see the ‘comment’ box. If this is the case,
click on the title of the actual blog post and that will take you through enabling
you to share your thoughts with me and all my readers.
So, remember you need to
either register for a community account or, if you’ve registered
in the past, sign in here.
Once you’re registered,
do take the time to share your opinions on the issues discussed in this blog.
Trish - why don't you leave a comment to say what you want to say and I'll post it on a blog sometime? We can then see what happens...
How can I start a new topic, which is unrelated to those listed as headliners?
Possess it if you can. It's a virtue! And it's always good to hear your views.
Thanks for the guidace, Martin .... even if it has taken me two attempts to post this comment! Just need to learn more patience - always a good lesson for birders and conservationists!
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