Now I am semi retired I have more time for birding. Having worked in a busy environment for many years I quite like, when I can, to get out around the local rural area on my own. I can do things at my own pace, stop look and listen when I like. But, as I am on my own (and without a dog) I find that I can get many strange looks and comments. What with todays society as it is, a lone man on his own must be up to no good. I beginning to feel concerned about going out on my own.
Anyone have advice on how I can continue my lone birding?
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