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North East birds

Posted by Jon Carter 
Jon Carter
North East birds
November 11, 2004 05:27PM
I'm not even going to mention penduline tit (flippin' meetings...)

Anyway, just in case anyone's interested, there's a dead easy competition in Wednesday's (10th) Morecambe Visitor newspaper to win a copy of the newly revised Where To Watch Birds In Northeast England.
May be a bit specialised for the majority of the regular readership so I'm not anticipating as big a response as I tend to get with Birds in Your Garden type books... ie get your entries in, someone has to win it!!!
Re: North East birds
November 11, 2004 05:45PM
Yellow
Re: North East birds
November 11, 2004 05:48PM
I'm assuming, John you have to use the 'purchase a copy of Visitor' official entrance forms.
Re: North East birds
November 11, 2004 05:50PM
I'm genuinly very sorry, John - both of these were intended as private postings. Hope it doe not cause any problems.

Best regards

Pete
Jon Carter
Re: North East birds
November 12, 2004 09:31AM
No probs about the messages being on here, Pete.

Yellow was the answer to last week's competiton, there's a different question this time... and yes you have to have a coupon cut out from the paper - no photocopies!

Cheers

Jon
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