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Wildlife watching

  1. A birdbath key to enjoying winter wildlife

    A birdbath key to enjoying winter wildlife

    A birdbath key to enjoying winter wildlife
    So, you are a fan of watching birds. Well, know this: you are not alone. According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, each year more than 45 million Americans watch birds. They contribute nearly $80 billion to the nation’s economy in the process. Some people travel to do their bird watching, taking eco-tourism-type vacations. Most, though, stay right around...
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  2. Wildlife watching from the water

    Wildlife watching from the water

    Wildlife watching from the water
    We weren’t the only ones with, well, eagle eyes. Floating downriver in our canoe, we looked to our left and saw, floating on the surface, a dead fish. A smallish carp, it seemed. No sooner had we spotted it then a large shadow loomed over the still water. We looked up and there was a mature bald eagle. It circled...
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