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Quick update

At the Bird Fair yesterday:

  • it rained a bit
  • the paths were muddy in places (the going was soft, heavy in places)
  • the people were lovely
  • the food was good
  • the beer was good
  • the talks were good – even though I only went to one of them!
  • the Wild Justice e-petition passed several more milestones and now stands at over 58,000 signatures

At the Bird Fair today, I predict:

  • it won’t rain
  • the paths will be muddy in places but will be drying out
  • the people will be lovely
  • the food will be good
  • the talks will be good
  • Charlie Jacoby of Fieldsportstv will be given a very warm Bird Fair welcome and will ask Chris Packham, Ruth Tingay and me a bunch of questions which we will answer (Main Events stage at midday)
  • after Charlie has been applauded off stage some young people, two of whom were at Hen Harrier Day on Sunday, will move you with their words
  • the Wild Justice e-petition to ban driven grouse shooting will pass 60,000 signatures by lunch time and keep on going strongly
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