For the record, I did not at all interpret the earlier message as
suggesting flushing. I understood that he was suggesting walking along the
road and NOT among the trees precisely to avoid (or at least minimize)
disturbance. But, maybe I'm wrong.
I would agree however that future requests for information on finding owls
in particular locales are ideally made by asking for off-line (directly
Coal Creek Canyon, Jefferson County, CO (at exactly 8,000' ASL)
On Wed, Nov 28, 2018 at 8:38 PM John Shenot <johnshenot...> wrote:
> For the record, I didn’t mean to chastise or embarrass the person who
> posted this. I meant to educate newer birders/posters on an important point
> about birding ethics.
> I’m not perfect, I’ve done things I regret, and I still have so much to
> I apologize if my tone was harsh.
> John Shenot
> Fort Collins
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