You never stop learning, well I also never stop undertaking my own research or following that of others. This post is a very brief one and perhaps I should entitle it “The research continues”.
Below is a replicated screen grab of my 2400th uploaded Evernote note as uploaded into Trello. I simply thought I would share it with you.
Not much blogging of late as I’ve been otherwise engaged in my freelancing activities. However, I’m always on the search for more work so please get in touch if I can help your business out in any way. For instance, I’m currently engaged in a few bird surveying projects in Southern and Central parts of the UK but I’m always on the look out for more.
Speaking of which, let’s have some record shots of some of those young birds which might just be in your backyard at the current time.
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Posted by: Tony William Powell on and
Reblogged this on UKbirdingtimeline and commented:
A follow up to “Ongoing Research – slowly building up the knowledge base!” – You never stop learning!
With so much fascinating stuff going on out there you can be sure you’ll never run out of things to learn, no matter how long you live – there’s no age limit! I’d love to be taking pics of new fledglings, just haven’t seen many yet! Good luck with your surveying projects.
The title of your post caught me eye. My father used to always say, “The day I stop learning, do me a favor, and close the lid for me.”