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Time flies for bird watchers at Robert E. Lee Park

Time flies for bird watchers at Robert E. Lee Park

February may not seem like the peak time for bird-watching, but this past weekend proved to be the perfect time to learn about species and their surroundings — and to take part in a national effort to track bird populations.

Robert E. Lee Park in Towson was the site of the "Bird Extravaganza," an activity aimed primarily at educating the public about the area's bird population.

The program featured a display of live birds, opportunities for bird-watching hikes and outdoor-themed crafts at the scenic 453-acre park on Lake Roland.

The park, which is the site of several resident nesting eagles, also served as a weekend perch for the Great Backyard Bird...

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