Michigan is home to a respectable 414 different bird species, and with its variety of habitats and wide open spaces, it makes a good place for bird watching in the northern United States. For the amateur or novice birder, making an identification of a bird in the wild may seem intimidating, but it is really just a simple matter of observing bird characteristics and using them to eliminate candidates and make categorizations.
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