Bird Watching In the USA and Around the World

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What to Bring

There is nothing to bring except yourself, your eyes, ears, nose, feet, legs, and your arms. In addition, you will also want to bring a bottle of water.

To participate just open your eyes, lookout through a window, stand on your porch. Or better yet, get dressed and go outside for a little while.

Electronic devices with the exception of your camera(s) really are not necessary save Possibly a good pair of binoculars.

Please feel free to contact us by phone or email if you have questions or would like some assistance. The toll free number is 1-888-000-0000.

Bird Photos

Hoopee from Spain
Hoopee from Spain in Doñana National Park, courtesy of UNESCO World Heritage Centre
Yellow Bird
Courtesy of my sister, Her 1st trip to Afrika
Buffle Heads
Bufflehead: A Trip to Port Aransas, Texas
Vermillion Fly Catcher
Vermillion Fly Catcher: A Trip to Port Aransas, Texas
Snowy White Owl
Snowy Owl: A Trip to Port Aransas, Texas
Red headed Pheasant
Red Headed Pheasant: A Trip to Port Aransas, Texas

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