Bird Watching PLR 2020 (10 Articles + Tweets)

Bird Watching plr

Bird Watching PLR 2020 (10 Articles + Tweets)

10 top-quality Bird Watching PLR Articles you can instantly use for content creation. These PLR articles can be used to create a viral report, autoresponder, video scripts, etc.

Here are the topics included in the Bird Watching PLR Articles Pack:

Bird Photography Tips (663 words)

Birdwatching tours and holidays (455 words)

How to Identify Birds by Sound (509 words)

The Health Benefits of Birdwatching (455 words)

Tips for Attracting More Birds into Your Backyard (449 words)

Tips on How to Record What You See and Hear (522 words)

Useful Equipment for Birdwatching (516 words

What Do People Do When They Go Birdwatching? (460 words)

Where to Learn More about Birds in Your Area (473 words)

Why Is Birdwatching So Popular? (520 words)

Here are a few quick ideas to get you started with the content:

  • Use the content to set up your autoresponder/newsletters
  • Use the content to create an Adsense site
  • Use The Content to create a viral report to promote your business
  • Make an eCourse to educate your subscribers or grow your list
  • Use the articles to create a site and flip it
  • Use the articles as a bonus for your main product
  • Use the content for the webinar or video scripts

Bird Watching PLR Sample

Article Title: Bird Photography Tips

Taking pictures of birds takes practice. Birds have their own territories and will leave when they feel threatened. Plus, any noises you or your camera make will also affect your ability to get good pictures. In addition to lighting, background, and shutter speed, you have a lot of other factors to consider.

Get the Right Camera Equipment

When it comes to taking photos of birds, you’re going to need a very high shutter speed and good equipment. Using fast frames of at least 1/2000 per second and even faster is required for capturing birds. You can use a DSLR camera that has fast auto-focus to get the shot you want. Check out the Nikon D500 for a great option. (https://www.nikonusa.com/en/nikon-products/product/dslr-cameras/d500.html)

Learn Your Camera Settings

Once you buy a good camera for shooting birds, you’ll want to practice using all the settings. Take the time to sign up for a course either online or offline so that you can learn the settings faster than if you read the manual and try it yourself. A “Dummies” book can be a lifesaver too.

Know the Best Spots to Locate Birds

In your area, there are some spots to find birds that are used to being around people. That’s the best way to practice because you don’t want to have to find the birds while learning how to shoot them. Focus on less rare birds for now until you learn.

Understand Something about Bird Behavior

The more you understand about bird behavior, the easier it is going to be to use that information to get your shot. For example, different birds have different distances of territory that they guard. If you traverse that territory, they’ll fly away. If you know about the type of bird you’re shooting, you’ll be more likely to get the shot you want.

Avoid Wearing Bright Colors

Birds have better vision than you and if you wear bright colors, they’ll be attracted to it faster and repelled from it. That means they’ll see you coming a long way away, probably before you see them, and fly away.

Avoid Making Sudden Moves

Just like they can see you coming a long way away due to your colors, if you’re near a bird and they’re not moving as you set up the shot, don’t move quickly. Instead, avoid all sudden moves to avoid scaring them off.

Turn Off Your Electronics

Like sudden moves and bright colors will startle and scare off the birds, so will your electronic device. You can’t stop the camera from making the sounds it makes, but you can turn off your mobile device or put it on silent.

Keep the Noise to a Minimum

Any type of noise will scare off the birds. Try not to talk or let your cell phone chirp, and be aware of taking photos too fast; the sound of your shutter is going to startle the birds, and they’ll fly off.

Don’t Stare at Birds

This may seem strange, but birds don’t like it if you stare at them. They do respond to the human gaze, and it might not always be a good thing when you’re trying to take pictures. If you stare them in the eye as you approach, they’ll take this as a threat and fly off. Sometimes they might even go in for an attack first, depending on the breed.

The Objects Behind the Bird Matter Too

When you’re framing up your pictures, you have a lot to think of. You need to consider the bird, but you also need to consider what’s in the background. The right background will help your bird stand out better.

The main thing you want to do is get out there and practice. Try going to locations that you’re familiar with, and that have birds that are used to traffic and humans while you’re learning your camera. That way, you can get some good shots without too much frustration before you move into the rarer sightings.

 

License: Private Label Rights + Resell Rights

You can buy it for own use or resell the articles with Private Label Rights.

Your buyers can get the content for own use or resell it to their audience with non-transferable Private Label Rights. This means their audience cannot resell the content as PLR but can use it as indicated below.

What You Can Do With The PLR Content:

[YES] Can be branded or edited in any way.

[YES] Your links can be added to the messages

[YES] They can be used as Website/Blog Content.

[YES] They can be added to Autoresponder/Newsletter.

[YES] Can be compiled into an eBook (use as a freebie to build your list)

[YES] Can be used as eCourse or coaching materials

[YES] Can be used as webinar material

[YES] Can be used as video scripts or any content creation

[YES] Can be added to a paid membership site.

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