Local birdwatching could skyrocket in popularity 

Area birdwatching popularity may just see an increase during this spring with most activities restricted to around the home.  Reportedly more than 45 million people enjoyed birdwatching in the last year.  Algoma formed a Bird City committee in April of 2012 and is celebrating its 7th anniversary of Bird City Wisconsin status on May 4th.  Committee member Sue Hepp says there are many different birds in the area that people can enjoy watching and even capture with photography.



Despite the canceled “Birds Connect Our World” International Migratory Bird Day celebration which was planned for Saturday, April 18, local residents can still enjoy the hobby of birdwatching this spring.


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