Friday, November 09, 2007

Senior Citizens Health - Why Watch Birds

Senior Citizens Health - Why Watch Birds?

Because its Healthy. Bird watching has proved a pastime for senior citizens all over the world. Historically, they were considered to be omens and it was usually the most senior of senior citizens who was called upon to pronounce wether the omen was good or bad. Our ancesters believed that the flights and calls of birds could foretell the future.

Today, senior citizens are still used for this purpose but now modern thought takes changes in bird populations as a reflection of the health of the environment.

Birdwatching fulfills another basic instinct.The quest for knowledge. Birdwatching is about scholarship. Not just about birds' names, but about their songs, their behavior, and how they relate to the diaspora.

Amateur birdwatchers make real contributions to scientific knowledge. Much of what ornithology knows about birds has come from the observations of ordinary but dedicated birdewatchers. Some birds can be indicator species, like the USA's national bird, the bald eagle. They forecast environmental conditions.

Birds can be fascinating creatures. If you’ve never watched them before, just try for a few moments in the early morning light. Look at how they soar through the air. Listen to their morning songs. You can find great peace and great enlightenment in birds. How would you be able to truly enjoy these creatures unless you watched them? It’s time to get started in bird watching! Senior Citizens unite. Get healthy. Go birdwatching.


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