11 of the Best Bird-Watching Spots for Fall
More than 700 distinct bird species can be found in America’s national parks. Exploring this incredible array of wildlife is a great reason to visit national parks, and the fall migration—when millions of birds are heading south from northern breeding grounds—is the perfect time to do it. Here are some of the best places to find different types of birds at national parks across the country.
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Nick Lund is manager of NPCA's Landscape Conservation Program.
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