Bird With a Friend

#16 of 31 Days to Better Birding and Conservation

Some of the best birding can be done alone, but birding with a friend has some extra rewards. For instance, having an extra pair of eyes and ears increases the likeliness of finding birds. You can share duties of lugging around a scope or handling the birdPod. Often you have more incentive to bird longer with a friend and you can benefit from their hidden talents of being a great “pisher” or perfect imitator of a Barred Owl.

Of course, sometimes when you bird with a friend you’ll spend more time chatting and find less Chats!

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