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Identifying Wildlife

To identify wildlife correctly you will need to use both your eyes and your ears.  Most people identify wildlife by visually studying it.  But what if you only hear the wildlife and cannot see it?  It is very important to learn the sounds that wildlife makes.  In addition, what if you only see effects of the wildlife and do not see or hear it?  You need to know the habits, foot prints and other signs that will lead to a proper identification.  

The first step is to buy some good books to help learn both the physical and vocal characteristics of a specific bird or animal.

Wildlife can be viewed with the naked eye or using binoculars or a spotting scope.  It is also a good idea to photograph wildlife.  Keeping records of the wildlife seen and heard in written and in pictures will assist in expanding your knowledge of specific species.

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