Bondla WLS covering an area of only eight square kilometers is a popular destination for not only nature enthusiasts but also general tourists coz of the mini zoo, botanical garden, deer safari park and ecotourism cottages it houses.
I'd have felt less strongly but would still have taken the same view if we didn't have the knock-on effect of capitalizing non-avian species in the running text of bird articles. In someways I see this conflict as part of a wider divergence of opinion and it might be good to allow the wider issues to be cleanly covered by a site wide consensus.
No one made a sneak edit that slipped under the radar and didn't really represent consensus. And in this book she has taken the simplicity that is required for writing for children and poured it into a beautiful journal of words. Just like a magician pulling a rabbit out of the hat, this guy has an uncanny ability of performing the impossible at times I actually wonder if he has a magic wand hidden in his pocket.
Interested in other views on that. It will be foolish for a nature lover to scrap Bondla off the itinerary…. Ellen Ferguson Ellen Ferguson has a long history in arts and culture, both professionally and in volunteer service in the Seattle area. If the discussion is said to have failed to come to consensus, it would breathe another year or whatever of life into their version of how to do things, so all they have to do is pursue every effort to derail a finding of consensus if they're not gaining consensus which is very likely to be the case.
A display with the locations of NJ lighthouses will be featured along with information and brochures on the Society and lighthouses. Having established a non-local consensus as to what to do with the articles, we'll then be in a good position to make any necessary changes to policies, guidelines, and so on.
An information table will be presented.
By no means am I a bird watcher. I am not convinced that it is a valid RfC. Referrer URL if available: She often volunteers as a hearth cooker at the same location. Their guidance can be valuable, but it doesn't supersede the views of the Wikipedia community at large.
A healthy population of small birds, rodents and spiny tailed lizards might be the obvious reasons for the same. WikiProjects do not just get to make up their own rules, sorry. Priestley sets the play in because that year was before a lot of significant historical events took place.
Choose Type of service. Thus, bird names in WP should follow the general rule for animal names, which I understand to be lower case except when the word would otherwise be capitalized in English.
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