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A Website to Avoid: Birdwatching USA

29 days ago   |   By Ornithology

There are numerous bird blogs and websites on the internet and I presume my readers read and subscribe to others as well. Most bird blogs are well- written, researched, and informative. But occasionally I run across a real loser, whether badly written, full of inaccurate information, or just trivially stupid. BirdwatchingUSA fits all of those categories. Let's look at some examples, starting with Can You Legally Own a Flamingo? Really, is this a question that needs answering? Oh, I suppose a few individuals who want their own exotic zoo might find this particular blog interesting, but I...
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