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Call for haiku about British birds [UK/world]:
Given the nature of the book, we request that potential contributors honestly appraise their own work and submit only haiku that involve: (a) British birds; (b) wild birds; and (c) genuine ‘real life’ experiences, which must have occurred in Britain.

(For the purposes of this book we are considering Britain to be ‘Great Britain’ and not ‘The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland’.) Please do not, therefore, send anything that is:

(a) about a bird that does not occur in Britain;
(b) about pets (budgerigars, cockatoos etc.), domestic birds (hens, farmyard geese, etc.) or any birds held in captivity (ostriches, condors,etc.);
(c) made up; or
(d) about an experience that did not actually occur in England, Scotland or Wales. We are relying on the integrity of authors to ensure that the book will have genuine value as a record of wild bird life in Great Britain, as well as being a collection of fine haiku.
Deadline: July 31, 2006
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