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For those who love bird-watching, San Diego, California is definitely a place to explore. Apart from various species and landscape that attract more and more birds, San Diego’s mild climate makes for great moments for birding.

The San Diego Tourism Authority says more than 500 bird species are seen in the whole count, and that this number is the highest figure ever seen on any county in the whole United States.

“San Diego County is one of those rare and exciting destinations where a birder can enjoy four distinct bird habitats all in the space of one day including oceanfront beaches and bayfront tidelands, inland foothills, canyons, mountains and deserts. More than 515 species of birds have been observed in San Diego County, more than any other county in the United States. It’s a bird haven along the Pacific Flyway – the diverse migratory route along the west coast of the United States, where many birds make their winter homes or nest. San Diego is also a birder’s delight due to of its year-round near-idyllic climate. Most days are sunny and warm with an average daily temperature of 70 degrees, and visitors have an opportunity to view birds in a comfortable outdoor setting almost any day of the year.” Read the continuation of this post here.

Wild Birds Unlimited shared in its website a list of areas within San Diego where avid-bird watchers can go birding. “It is a bird haven along the Pacific Flyway – the diverse migratory route along the west coast of the United States, where many birds make their winter homes or nest. San Diego is also a birder’s delight due to of its year-round near-idyllic climate. Most days are sunny and warm with an average daily temperature of 70 degrees, and visitors have an opportunity to view birds in a comfortable outdoor setting almost any day of the year.” Check out its whole list of prime spots for bird watching here.

The official Tourism Blog of San Diego, also shared to its readers its own version of list of best bird-watching spots in San Diego, California. Torrey Pines State Reserve made it to their list. “Farther up the coast off La Jolla (Coast Boulevard off of Prospect Street), the area’s rocky shoreline north of La Jolla cove holds shorebirds like gulls and terns. And the Torrey Pines State Reserve is a great place to visit to see the ancient Torrey pine. Look for peregrine falcons, osprey, swifts, thrashers, woodpeckers and wrentits.” Check out their whole list of bird-watching spots here.

San Diego, CA is indeed a great place to go bird watching.

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