Some people gladly awaken at 4 a.m. and drive hours to glimpse a rare Kirtland's warbler. Other people barely know a robin from a bald eagle, but they love to walk outdoors. For both types – experienced birders and newbies alike – national wildlife refuges are wonderful places to see birds in natural habitat.
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