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Audubon Releases Birding the Net, the Opposite of Angry Birds

Source:Tree Hugger
Published:10/29/2011 12:00:00 AM
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Birding can be fun. Except when you have to get up early and it's cold. That's why Birding the Net may be so appealing to Internet surfers out there, especially those still wearing pajamas late into the afternoon. Just tongue in cheek, folks, this is about a new social media campaign by Audubon called Birding the Net. Virtual birds have been released all over the series of tubes, and being the first one to catch all of them could net you a grand prize trip to the Read the full story on TreeHugger



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