Birds are one of nature’s most amazing creatures, and their presence in folklore and myths of native people of the world testifies for their importance to man. Most birds, but not all, have the ability to fly and most wear attractive coats of feathers that give them a unique identity. They may have more intelligence than we credit them, considering their small brain size. Many can migrate tens of thousands of miles and return to the same nesting grounds every year. There is even an African Grey Parrot named N’kisi in captivity that has a 1500 word vocabulary and can create grammatically correct sentences of up to 13 words in length while engaged in conversation. This proves that the bird demands great respect as a miracle of the firmament. It is not surprising that many people have taken up bird watching as a hobby. Backyard birding is an endeavor that bring many rewards.
New Zealand is also one of nature’s unspoilt lands rich with wildlife and birds not found in other places. The website at http://nzbirds.com/more/backyard.html is dedicated to bird watching enthusiasts, for people who range from those simply enjoying feeding the neighborhood birds to those wanting to take tours in other countries just for the purpose of adding a new bird to their list of spotted birds. By following the news on http://nzbirds.com/more/backyard.html you can learn about the many unusual birds of New Zealand and about special tour packages to visit this great country and see the many varied birds living there, from the ones in cities and parks to those living in extreme coastal and estuarine regions around the beautiful New Zealand. On this site you can join in sharing experiences with other birding enthusiasts from both New Zealand and from around the world. Learn how inviting birds to visit your yard can help keep it free of insect pests. Visit http://nzbirds.com/more/backyard.html to learn more about the resources that this group can bring you.
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