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5 Reasons – to go Birdwatching in the Philippines

About Caloy Libosada

I have been a tourism and travel advocate not only because I've seen the beauty of the Philippines but also realized how tourism can change the lives of the people who benefit from the industry.

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5. Its a very good excuse to travel. You may have seen the 10 species in your neighborhood. But more birds are meant to be discovered by your own eyes. Avid birdwatchers are known to spread to various corners of the world just to see even a glimpse of species found only on a small island or a disappearing patch of forest. Yes, its a good excuse to discover other cultures, laze on the beach while waiting for the “birding time,” dine in the most exotic buffet tables, and make a more complete travel adventure.

You can see the entire blog and more photos in my blogsite.

The website www.birdwatch.ph showcases birdwatching and the various bird species in the Philippines.

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  • herbs

    @gelaikuting sana mksma mo ko sa birdwatching mo

  • wew! i wanna try bird watching 🙂