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Celebrate National Bird Day January 5 with bird lover gifts, social media and videeos.

wild bird crossing sign

Wild Bird Crossing Sign

January 5 is National Bird Day. Whether you are a bird lover enthusiast or just enjoy the company birds provide on a daily business all would agree our world not only depends on birds but is a much more beautiful place with their company. Nature bird songs  provide an every day melody to any trip outdoors. With their color and diversity they provide endless hours of bird TV entertainment to anyone who wishes to take the time to enjoy their presence. There are even Bird Gifts Stores Online where bird lovers can collect gift items featuring their favorite bird. Remarkably for extreme bird lovers there are actually gifts for people who love  Bluebird, Blue Heron, Bluejay, Canadian Geese, Cardinal, Cedar Waxwing, Chickadee, Chicken, Cockatoo, Dodo, Duck, Eagle, Egret, Falcon, Flamingo, Goldfinch, Hummingbird, Kestral, Loon, Macaw, Morning Dove, Ostrich, Owl, Parakeet, Parrot, Peacock, Pelican, Penguin, Pheasant, Pigeon, Puffin, Red Tailed Hawk, Robin, Seagull, Stork, Swan, Toucan Tufted Titmouse, Turkey and Wren at Anwo.com Animal World. There bird lovers can find blanket throw tapestries, earrings, pin brooches, bird crossing signs, plush stuffed animals, toy miniatures, figurines, t shirts, sweatshirts, neckties, keychains and mugs. For bird lovers there is also social media such as the Twitter search Bird_Lover which brings real life bird encounters to bird enthusiasts in tweets that capture eyewitness special bird lover moments in easy to picture words. There are also videos of bird including Bluebirds, Purple Martins, Canadian Geese, White Egrets, Great Blue Herons and Cardinals at AnwoAnimalWorld on You Tube. There is even a website called Animal World TV that promotes and has direct links to many bird lover videos. Birds can be as interesting as time allows, as with anything the more anyone wants to becomes expose to a subject the more fascinating it becomes. This January 5 National Bird Day is a way of sparking interest in the unending love of birds that is available to anyone willing to commit to simply looking up at the sky to enjoy the natural beauty there for all to enjoy.

Written by Steve Forrest Writer Video Photography

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