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The Secrets of my Success

1 month ago   |   By 10,000 Birds

All right, I'll admit it. I'm feeling pretty good about myself right now. I came back from a Monday birding trip and told my wife, prior to reviewing my photos, that I saw a bird that was either 1) interesting, or 2) historic. It turned out to be historic, if only on a local, very birdy level. And the bird in question even allowed me some great photos!
As for the title of this post, well... I'm not that cocky. The secrets of my success in this case are the same as for any other birding successes I have had:
Dumb luck Perseverance Being the only guy around to discover something. Or, as goes...
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