20 Jun Vacation for the Birds
Do Birds Take a Vacation?
One day this bird overheard people talking about their vacation.
Excited with the possibility, he hurried home.
“Here’s a great idea! Let’s go on a vacation!”
“What’s that?” they replied.
“First we fly to a special place.
Then we spend our time outdoors, playing, relaxing, and enjoying the scenery.
And we eat foods we enjoy.
And we take naps whenever we want.
Then, best of all, we leave all our problems behind.”
“Is that it?”
“We like it.”
“So when do you want to go?”
“We’re on vacation right now.”
PS: Please know that taking family photos is always a challenge. For example, someone always looks away from the camera. At least, this time, no one blinked.
Help Birds Tip
Choose a bird-friendly vacation.
For example, you might:
Visit a National Park where you can enjoy the outdoors, learn about Nature, and see birds.
Plan eco-friendly travel, such as by Amtrak. Then the ride becomes part of the adventure.
Go to one destination and then stay there, instead of hopping about from place to place.
Check the Audubon Chapter for activities near your destination. Start at: Audubon Near You
Learn how to take better vacation photos in my (revised, improved, better-than-ever) Photo Class, November 19, 2017, 1 to 4:00 PM at the Fullerton Arboretum. Find details at: Photo Class
Bonus Idea: Go on mini-vacations by visiting local parks, gardens, and arboretums. Any time spent outside, even by walking about in your neighborhood, is healthy.
Back to the Past
The American Bird Conservancy’s web site contains valuable info. See: American Bird Conservancy
Here’s an outstanding book about bird conservation: Bird Conservation