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News in Photos: Bird Watching Groups Head To NYC Parks

A Prairie Warbler is viewed during one of the best months for bird watching on May 7, 2014 at Prospect Park in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Hundreds of bird watchers or “birders” congregate in Prospect Park and Manhattan’s central Park for the annual migration of birds that occurs each Spring. Despite its urban environment, New York City is located at a geographic nexus of the Atlantic Flyway bird migration route which results in over 200 different species of birds frequenting the New York City metropolitan area. Spencer Platt/Getty Images/AFP

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Lowell Taubman looks for birds during one of the best months for bird watching on May 7, 2014 at Prospect Park in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Hundreds of bird watchers or “birders” congregate in Prospect Park and Manhattan’s central Park for the annual migration of birds that occurs each Spring. Despite its urban environment, New York City is located at a geographic nexus of the Atlantic Flyway bird migration route which results in over 200 different species of birds frequenting the New York City metropolitan area. Spencer Platt/Getty Images/AFP

20140507T190750-1399478870670059700Lowell Taubman and his wife Robin look for birds during one of the best months for bird watching on May 7, 2014 at Prospect Park in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Hundreds of bird watchers or “birders” congregate in Prospect Park and Manhattan’s central Park for the annual migration of birds that occurs each Spring. Despite its urban environment, New York City is located at a geographic nexus of the Atlantic Flyway bird migration route which results in over 200 different species of birds frequenting the New York City metropolitan area. Spencer Platt/Getty Images/AFP

20140507T190642-1399478802280058800Elizabeth, who did not want to use her last name, looks for birds with friends during one of the best months for bird watching on May 7, 2014 at Prospect Park in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Hundreds of bird watchers or “birders” congregate in Prospect Park and Manhattan’s central Park for the annual migration of birds that occurs each Spring. Despite its urban environment, New York City is located at a geographic nexus of the Atlantic Flyway bird migration route which results in over 200 different species of birds frequenting the New York City metropolitan area. Spencer Platt/Getty Images/AFP

20140507T185956-1399478396390056800Kevin Brooks looks for birds during one of the best months for bird watching on May 7, 2014 at Prospect Park in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Hundreds of bird watchers or “birders” congregate in Prospect Park and Manhattan’s central Park for the annual migration of birds that occurs each Spring. Despite its urban environment, New York City is located at a geographic nexus of the Atlantic Flyway bird migration route which results in over 200 different species of birds frequenting the New York City metropolitan area. Spencer Platt/Getty Images/AFP

20140507T191555-1399479355730073600A Prairie Warbler is viewed during one of the best months for bird watching on May 7, 2014 at Prospect Park in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Hundreds of bird watchers or “birders” congregate in Prospect Park and Manhattan’s central Park for the annual migration of birds that occurs each Spring. Despite its urban environment, New York City is located at a geographic nexus of the Atlantic Flyway bird migration route which results in over 200 different species of birds frequenting the New York City metropolitan area. Spencer Platt/Getty Images

20140507T191405-1399479245750069500An Orange Oriole is viewed during one of the best months for bird watching on May 7, 2014 at Prospect Park in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Hundreds of bird watchers or “birders” congregate in Prospect Park and Manhattan’s central Park for the annual migration of birds that occurs each Spring. Despite its urban environment, New York City is located at a geographic nexus of the Atlantic Flyway bird migration route which results in over 200 different species of birds frequenting the New York City metropolitan area. Spencer Platt/Getty Images/AFP

 

20140507T190815-1399478895700059900A female cardinal is viewed during one of the best months for bird watching on May 7, 2014 at Prospect Park in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Hundreds of bird watchers or “birders” congregate in Prospect Park and Manhattan’s central Park for the annual migration of birds that occurs each Spring. Despite its urban environment, New York City is located at a geographic nexus of the Atlantic Flyway bird migration route which results in over 200 different species of birds frequenting the New York City metropolitan area. Spencer Platt/Getty Images/AFP

 

 

 

 

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