Noah Strycker visited all seven continents during his 2015 year-long birdwatching expedition. He saw more than 6,000 species of birds, setting a new world record for most birds seen in one year.
Noah Strycker visited all seven continents during his 2015 year-long birdwatching expedition. He saw more than 6,000 species of birds, setting a new world record for most birds seen in one year. Noah Strycker Courtesy
Noah Strycker visited all seven continents during his 2015 year-long birdwatching expedition. He saw more than 6,000 species of birds, setting a new world record for most birds seen in one year. Noah Strycker Courtesy

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