Burkett's laws of birding

The First Law of Birding:  The greater the time spent searching for a rarity, the greater the chances it will be sitting on your car when you return to the parking lot.

The Second Law of Birding:  There are two sides of a tree; the side facing you and the side where the bird is.

The Third Law of Birding:  When you see the bird that you have always wanted to see, it will be in the last spot you thought of looking for it.

The Fourth Law of Birding:  The best bird seen during a trip is usually seen in bad light, isn't calling or singing, is seen for less than a second, and is the last "trip bird".

-- by Cody Burkett, Phoenix, AZ

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