A couple of my birding articles were added to Owlcation.
However, they are categorized within Zoology, along with articles about every different type of animal under the sun.
HubPages, please consider adding a birding category either within Zoology or elsewhere on Owlcation. Actually it kinda seems like it would make sense to have a bunch of subcategories within Zoology for each type of animal. It isn't likely readers will follow a link from a Hub about Chickadees to one about the deadliest predators that ever lived, and vice versa.
Just a suggestion, not a complaint. I'm still very happy my Hubs were moved.
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