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International Birding #898231
08/15/15 10:03 PM
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As an American, it was a special treat to be able to watch birds in Ireland. Even the crows were different than the ones I see every day!

In which foreign countries have you birded?


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Several, but looking forward to taking a birding trip to Puerto Rico in Feb.2016! It's always great to see different birds somewhere else.

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Watching snow geese pass through on their migration is about as international as my birding gets!


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Cranes, the largest flying birds on earth migrates from the altitude of Tibet, Mongolia and Siberia to the southern planes of the Himalayas during the winder. Watching the Demoiselle cranes, Common cranes, and the endangered Siberian cranes crossing the Himalayas attracts bird experts from around the globe.


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