Viewing Wildlife

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1. What section of the Great Florida Birding Trail is nearest to your home?
The Lake Jesup Wilderness Area is the closest to my home.
2. What section of the Great Florida Birding would you like to travel to visit? Why?
The Gulf Islands National Seashore: Perdido Key Area is a place I would like to visit; it looks like nice scenery and the beach.
3. What type of equipment or gear will you need to go birding?
The most important equipment for birding is a pair of binoculars and a good field guide. You also may need reliable shoes, water, and a thistle sock bird feeder.
4. What is the purpose or importance of each piece of equipment needed for birding?
Binoculars make for good birding because they let you see things far away clearly and a field guide is for identifying the birds you’ve seen. Shoes are to protect your feet while walking trails, water is needed to stay hydrated when birding for long periods of time and the bird feeder could be helpful for attracting birds.
5. Choose two or more pieces of equipment or gear needed for birding that interests you. Provide a web advertisement, including cost, for each piece of equipment.
The Thistle Sock Bird Feeder for $5 is something that interests me as well as these waterproof binoculars for $40.

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