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Zest for Birds - Twitching: Birders, Rarities and Ethics

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Description: Contains classification of groups of birders and birder ethics.
twitching: birders, rarities and ethics .....Click here to view photos of recent twitches. We regularly see on SA Birdnet details of rarities and unusual birds and hear stories of birders who travel vast distances to see birds for their regional lists. So, who are these people and what drives them to spend large amounts of money and push themselves to the limits of exhaustion driving long hours to see a bird which they may well already know from other parts of the world. What birds are they prepared to go to these extremes for, and what extremes are they prepared to conquer?
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