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THE PUZZLE AERIE:
BIRDING PLACES


This time we’re looking, not for birds, but for places where we look for birds. The names may be found reading in straight lines horizontally, vertically or diagonally, in either direction in the square below. Some of the places are generic, like woods or lake, and some are specific areas that we’ve visited, like Beus Pond or North Arm (without the spaces and capitals). Some specific area names are long and are not complete in the puzzle. When you’ve found all of the places, the unused letters when read row by row will spell out one last place to look for birds. There are more then 30 places named.


B R E V I R R A E B E N C H E
D U M P I E S R U O C F L O G
K L I D L I R N L M B A A C N
R R D A Y P O A O O O R A R A
O E D E E Y L T G N U M J E R
F G L H N R Y U A T P I O E Y
H N E L M A A R N E W N R K A
T I F I I I T E R C H G D A B
R F O A H V V C F R E T A L D
O Y R R C A E E A I E O N R R
N D K T N P E N A S L N E O A
I A R E T D C T N T E D L R L
S L U I E H D E V O R G L R L
A B O R S N E R R A B E E I I
B N P R O M O N T O R Y E M W


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