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  • Bird-watching cruises go to Protection Island, a refuge for nesting birds from rhinoceros auklets to tufted puffins.

    Port Townsend, Washington

  • Bird-watching is becoming popular, and no longer just for economic or culinary reasons.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • Bird-watching is becoming popular, and no longer just for economic or culinary reasons.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • Bird-watching is becoming popular, and no longer just for economic or culinary reasons.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • Bird-watching and boat tours are available through Centro Ecologico de Sian Ka'an (www. cesiak.org) or Community Tours Sian Ka'an (www. siankaantours.org).

    Tulum, Mexico

  • Bird-watching clubs and societies have cropped up in Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Hanoi.

    Birders Flock East

  • Bird-watching gardeners also know that water is one of the most powerful ways to attract birds to the garden.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • Bird-watching photographers line up for a calendar shot of swans flying against a background of golden birch trees or making long glides to land among reeds turned tan from frost.

    The Seattle Times

  • Bird-watching skills easily translate to dragonfly watching - like birds, many dragonflies can be identified by field marks such as wing and body color patterns, and often by behavior and habitat.

    The Daily News - News

  • Bird-watching skills easily translate to dragonfly watching - like birds, many dragonflies can be identified by field marks such as wing and body color patterns, and often by behavior and habitat.

    The Daily News - News

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