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A New Blogger at the Helm

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As one festival year ends and another starts a new blogger has also started to look after this Huron Fringe Birding Festival blog. Many thanks to Ed for his years of keeping all of you up-to-date on the events of the festival and the information on the knowlegeable presenters that make the progams so interesting. Now I (Bob Taylor) am going to try and tune my blogging skills up and hopefully don’t make too many blunders as I get the information out to you. I also have another blog as some followers might have noticed and already posted my blog to the wrong site today but hopefully I can keep things sorted out in the future :).

WIth the 20th Huron Fringe Briding Festival ahead keep tuned and get your time next year set aside as I’m sure it will a great time for birding as well as other nature activities.


Written by huronfringefest

June 17, 2016 at 9:50 am

Posted in BIRDING

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  1. And so it begins. Great start Bob. Everything seems to work. And no problems with my blog. You can access pics and logos and stuff that are in the blog’s library should you want to use them. Also, you can share the blog on Facebook and Twitter if you have those accounts.


    June 17, 2016 at 1:44 pm

    • It’ll be a learning time and I’m sure I’ll be keeping in touch. At least I have some time to practise before the big show next spring :).


      June 17, 2016 at 5:09 pm

  2. Thanks to Ed Nanni for his interesting blogging over the few years we have been been kept up-to-date with from ‘down-unda in Oz’
    Frank & Jenny


    June 17, 2016 at 11:35 pm

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