Bird watching in isolation isn't easy, there's quite a few feathered friends around | Birdwatch

By Margaret Clarke
May 8 2020 - 7:30am
Red Wattlebird.
Red Wattlebird.

Leaving the house to go birdwatching during social isolation is rather difficult to manage, as it is hardly an essential service. The only way is to combine it with exercise, which means, getting reacquainted with the streets in your suburb.

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