Bird Watching in Washington DC Topo Map

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Bird-watching can bring a lifetime of enjoyment and can be done by people of all ages. Whether you’re taking nature walks through the woods, mountains, or downtown D.C., you’ll find the greater capital region a wonder of bird activity. Searching out birds in your own backyard is an ideal way to get your feet wet with birding.A bird feeder or birdbath can help attract birds for easy viewing.A good guide such as Peterson’s Guide to Eastern Birds will help identify those unknown to you. Many people like to keep a logbook of visiting birds near window feeders. A list of the birds and the dates they were seen will soon tell you which birds are local and which are passing through.
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