hear hear!! and im in Az hoping to come to Mn to bird this winter!
On Thu, Nov 3, 2011 at 8:46 AM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> To any who cares to respond....I'm wondering why it's acceptable and
> praised to post locations
> of an out of range bird that may or may not be stressed due to being in a
> possibly challenging
> climate, (Tropical Kingbird in Duluth for example), but worriesome to post
> locations of owls?
> Is it "ethical" to support increased carbon footprints being left all over
> the state so a person
> can pad their state list? I don't know, but... this seems like some type
> of double standard to me.
> I do not have an issue with anyone posting locations of rarities or owls,
> but the seemingly
> double standard perplexes me...?
> Regards and feedback appreciated,
> Shawn Zierman.
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