We’ve come a long way – 800th post on this blog
Only a few weeks ago this blog saw its 3rd Birthday.
Today we celebrate another milestone – 800 articles about birds. Wow – it has been an exciting ride.
This blog has survived where many have fallen by the wayside or lie dormant and unloved.
The longevity of this blog is mainly due to all of my readers and those who frequently comment on what I have written. There are now over 500 visitors every day so a great big THANK YOU to all who have stopped by – especially those who keep on returning. So many of you have left great comments and the discussions have been stimulating. Often I am sent scurrying for my reference books to find the answers to your questions. Keep ’em coming folks.
- You are all invited to leave appropriate comments and questions in the comments section underneath each article. Remember – comments are moderated – so keep it polite.
- Alternatively, you can email me privately using the contact form here.
- I also invite you to dig deeper into all those articles on this blog. If you have recently discovered this blog, I have 800 articles about Australian birds waiting to be read. You can access then in two ways: click on the archives link here or click on any of the categories or contents pages on the side bar.
Don’t forget the family photo gallery here.Ã‚Â Over 2000 photos from all over the world taken by members of my family. Not only bird photos – plenty of scenery, animals, flowers, historic places – well – just go and have a look. We are adding to it regularly too, so you are invited to return often.
Three years and 800 posts is quite a milestone – congratulations and well done!
(Puts head down aiming for the 1000 mark sometime over the next year or so.)
Congratulations on both milestones, Trevor!
Three years is a long time to be producing such quality content, Trevor! Well done. Here’s to the next 800 posts!
Thanks Mike and John. I appreciate you stopping by. Onward and upward into infinity…
Yay! Good on ya Trevor, congratulations and here’s
to many more years of beautiful photos and fascinating bird stories…..let’s all try to work together to slow
down the shocking bird and mammal extinction rate not only
in this country but the whole planet.
Sounds like a big ask but I believe in miracles. 🙂
Good sentiments and a worthy goal Kasia.