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Birds, Mindfulness Nature Connection Challenge, Photography, Safari experience, Travel, Wildlife
It’s true that each time I visit Africa, I wish I knew more about birds. Around my house I only see two – three birds so I will need to find a larger birding area. I am pleased to say that my past trip to Londolozi gave me the opportunity to learn more about the native birds and those migratory species, so that I came away able to identify more than three!
So now it’s time to buy a bird book and download an app and try to approach birding from a more positive perspective. Thank you for the tips.