Review: Owen Wilson's Bird-Watching 'Big Year' Neither Soars Nor Lays an Egg

A "big year" in bird-watching circles — call them "birders," please — is an unofficial annual competition in which amateur ornithophiles (or, perhaps, ornithomaniacs) compete to see the biggest number of separate species in a particular region over the course of one year. There’s no prize and not much glory, but it’s a quest that sends the most dedicated to travel widely for 12 months in order to claim victory. Read More...


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