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  1. April 19, 2007    

    Dear friends

    Thank you for visiting my blog. I hope you find it interesting. I am trying to make birdwatching more popular, here in Greece.

    I have already linked your site in my blog
    feel free to visit & link my professional website

    This is the first attempt in Greece, to make birdwatching tours around the country.
    We are happy to get visitors from all parts of USA.

    Best regards

    Spyros Skareas

  2. July 7, 2009    

    Hi Bird Freak! This is my first time trying this. We’ll see how it goes. Nice head shot there on the main page, whoever took it.

  3. Valerie Arkell Valerie Arkell
    August 31, 2009    

    This is great! I moved down to Lawrence, Kansas just about three weeks ago with my boyfriend. I am trying to get into birding down here. There is a local Audubon group I hope to become a part of soon. Can this webpage be used for networking? I would love to meet more people in Kansas into birding!

  4. The Birdfreak Team The Birdfreak Team
    September 1, 2009    

    Valerie – not sure of any birders specifically from Kansas but there are many wonderful places to bird there and we’d love to hear about any good spots you find. Check with the Kansas Ornithological Society as well.

  5. January 15, 2011    

    I found your site while searching for a Yellowstone river site, and wound up here. I was very impressed, and went through a half a dozen of your pages and I really like the feel of the site. I have never given much thought to bird watching. Interestingly, I started appreciating the beauty captured in some of the photos. So I just wanted to say thanks for the smile today. I hope you don’t mind that I am adding a link to on my site for Yellowstone wildlife photos in the next few days. If you do not this let me know in the next few days. Or if you want it removed later just shoot me an email. Enjoy life, Bill

  6. February 15, 2011    

    Love this site I love birding and I just got a spotting scope and a nikon camera coolpixs6000 and am trying to do some digiscoping but I cant seem to get a clear picture an adapter for the camera hopefuly that will help what setting do you put on the camera to take pictures is it the micro? I need help lol thanks

  7. The Birdfreak Team The Birdfreak Team
    February 18, 2011    

    Karin – email sent; hope it explains it OK although a lot of digiscoping is trial and error to get sharp photos in good lighting!

  8. March 14, 2011    

    Forres Park provides the ideal base for birders visiting Jamaica for Birding as it boast over 0% of birds endemic to Jamaica. The avian species present also includes migrant birds as well as resident birds.

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