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Washington DC metro area, Maryland, USA
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I'm about 15 minutes from the National Arboretum and close to several parks and wildlife refuges.Great areas for spring migration (late April- early May: warblers, orioles, tanagers, hawks, etc) and for waterfowl in the winters.
Area and hotspots
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