[Tweeters] Did I Miss a Birding Exemption to Stay At Home?
larrydmarsh at gmail.com
Sat Mar 28 09:07:48 PDT 2020
Lighten up folks! If one is out by themselves on a trail I think that is a good example! That is the plan.... be separate! Tell me how that is a problem!
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> On Mar 28, 2020, at 8:02 AM, bill shelmerdine <georn1 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks BB for posting that!
> If you had people (friends and family) in the Hot Zone, I guarantee you would not take this lightly. I know the vast majority are thoughtful in there actions, but... Our actions speak volumes and mean so much more than how we explain our actions to other people and our communities. Doing everything we can is the least we can do... If we find ourselves having to explain why it is OK for us to go, while those around us should stay perhaps we should re-think... Sorry for the preachy tone. For some this may be among the most important decisions we ever make. Enough said (or perhaps more than enough...)
> Be safe, stay close, good luck
> georn1 at hotmail.com
> From: B B >
> Subject: [Tweeters] Did I Miss a Birding Exemption to Stay At Home?
> Date: March 26, 2020 at 2:01:44 PM PDT
> To: "tweeters at uw.edu" >
> Reply-To: "birder4184 at yahoo.com" >
> There continue to be numerous Ebird and Tweeters reports of birding in many places around the state. Maybe some are on permitted walks or visits to groceries, BUT are from remote destination areas. I understand that the chances of acquiring or transmitting COVID-19 are small or nil in these areas, but we are all in this together and if this is the response of the birding community what kind of example is this for other communities and individuals who may feel they too can ignore the order to do something they like and just maybe endanger themselves and others?
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