Setting your birding goals is important because it helps you focus on what you want to achieve, gives you a sense of direction, and provides motivation to take action. Having clear goals can also help you to make better decisions, prioritise your time and resources, and measure your progress.

Your Birda Goals can be short-term or long-term, and they are specific to Species, Time in Nature, Sessions and Days Wild. It's important to set goals that are realistic and achievable, but also challenging enough to be meaningful.

Setting goals can also help you to develop new skills and improve existing ones, as you work towards achieving your birding objectives. By setting goals, you can challenge yourself to grow and learn, and strive for personal development.

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