Thursday, June 6, 2013
Self-guided Driving Bird Tours
State agencies and private groups have mapped out driving routes for birding, providing new opportunities for families to see wildlife.
With Americans in ever greater numbers looking for birds to watch, it is no wonder that state agencies and private groups have decided to make it easier for them. In the past decade, some two dozen states have mapped out detailed long-distance routes known as birding trails.
“Birding drives” might be a more apt term, since these are not walking paths but self-guided, point-to-point driving tours that cater to families’ growing thirst for wildlife-watching. The paths also boost local economies by attracting tourist dollars.
Get the list of Ten Trails Worth a Trip and links to more information.
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