Birders Running Afoul Of Increased Security

Print More Field bird-watchers prowl around looking for birds to count, identify and – if they are very lucky – spot a rarity, such as an ivory-billed woodpecker, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says. But they are hampered by an increasing suspicion on the part of law enforcement that people sporting binoculars shouldn’t necessarily be trusted. Birders
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