NZ Big Day Birdathon 2017

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mark ayre
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NZ Big Day Birdathon 2017

Postby mark ayre » Wed Oct 25, 2017 5:51 pm

Hi Guys,
Just in case you missed the post in the general section we are trying to get support behind the NZ Big Day birdathon and want you guys to get involved.

so any help and ideas or suggestion would be great

Cheers Mark :D
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Re: NZ Big Day Birdathon 2017

Postby Liam Ballard » Wed Oct 25, 2017 5:54 pm

Super keen if I can find a team, t-shirts is an awesome idea! It would be cool if you could get the regional records out there as well so those of us who maybe can't travel so far can still have a reasonable crack.
Liam Ballard

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Re: NZ Big Day Birdathon 2017

Postby mark ayre » Wed Oct 25, 2017 7:48 pm

Yes well in to the future could have categories like only use public transport.
check out our face book page.
I will see if we can find last year various entries
we are working on a web site www.birdathon.co.nz
and face book ssearch The Big day birdathon nz 2017
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Re: NZ Big Day Birdathon 2017

Postby Michael » Thu Oct 26, 2017 4:56 pm

There already is a public-transport record of 62 :) :)
Latest Lifer: Rowi @ Okarito

Happy birding to all who dare to take the challenge
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Re: NZ Big Day Birdathon 2017

Postby mark ayre » Mon Nov 06, 2017 4:54 pm

So now the web site is up and running http://birdathon.co.nz/

you can register and encourage as many people as you can

Cheers Mark

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