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Isn’t it obligatory to select the bird feeder?
I’d rather subscribe by phone. I demand an option that has Corey call me when a new story s posted, and then have Corey read the story to me over the phone. I can then dictate my comments to him to transcribe onto the blog. This would be a real timesaver.
I’d rather subscribe by personal visit, so 10,000Birds pays fo my travel expenses to visit each and every blog post author after each and every blog post so he/she can tell me their story + background info and answer my questions. I’ll start with Clare at Broome and will then travel directly to Duncan, just so 10,000Birds can save costs.
Ain’t I a nice chap?
Creative ideas, guys. Here’s an even better idea: how about I come and visit you? I’ll even read each post aloud while you eat bon bons or whatever the equivalent delicacy is in your respective country! Of course, you’ll have to take me birding…
You’re certainly welcome to come and read me your posts and come birding, but I suspect you’ll not get the full experience. You see since our delicacy here is muttonbird, which is baby Sooty Shearwater cooked in the Maori style. Not only do I suspect you won’t appreciate this, but I also doubt you’ll break from ABA rules and allow yourself to list it as a tick.