Jim Williams has been watching birds and writing about their antics since before "Gilligan's Island" went into reruns. Join him for his unique insights, his everyday adventures and an open conversation about the birds in your back yard and beyond.
Looking for an easy and inexpensive way to relax? Try bird watching. Bird watching helps you unwind after a busy day. Bird watching eases your worries, and turns idle time into enjoyable recreation that can lower your blood pressure, shrink your waistline, and improve marital relations. Bird watching comes in a variety of sizes. There is one to fit your needs. University studies have shown bird watching to be effective in reducing anxiety and constipation brought on by insufficient physical and mental exercise. Four out of five doctors recommend bird watching. Try bird watching today. It’s available everywhere.
WARNING: Bird watching can be addictive. Addictive personalities should consult their doctor before beginning. Tell your doctor if you tire easily while walking in the woods. Bird watching in cold or wet weather can bring on a runny nose. Consult your doctor if you develop a runny nose. If you watch the same tree for more than four hours seek immediate medical attention. Bird watchers can lose their way when birding in unfamiliar places. Ask your doctor if you should buy a compass. If you become overly excited when seeing a new bird, take several deep breaths and call your doctor in the morning.
Millions of people enjoy bird watching. You will, too. Try it today.
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