You don’t need to travel long distances to spot birds, Britain’s twitchers urged

You don’t need to travel long distances to spot birds, Britain’s twitchers urged

Young birdwatchers encourage enthusiasts to find species in their own patch, and to travel on foot or by bike

Twitching is synonymous with birdwatching, which can often involve long journeys in search of rare species. But now a new breed of climate-conscious birder is trying to persuade fellow enthusiasts to keep it local instead.

A group of young birders has created a challenge for spotters to find birds in their own patch close to home rather than routinely travelling long distances to spot particular birds, a practice known as “twitching”.

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