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January 5, 2014 8:20 AM

Bird-focused photography exhibits in Morro Bay help celebrate the city’s annual Winter Bird Festival

'Be a better birder' is one of my recurring New Year’s resolutions. Maybe this will be the year I get serious and take in an event at the 18th annual Morro Bay Winter Bird Festival, set for Jan. 17-20. The 2013 festival surpassed 500 registrants who reported eight unusual sightings, including a lesser yellowlegs and a summer tanager.

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