You may be an avid world traveler, and while staying safe and close to home, you may feel stuck as you hunker down.
But you can get outside. Spending time in nature can also be a form of social distancing, if you’re careful, and plan ahead.
In open spaces you can avoid close contact with others, yet be out and about. You can seek out empty spaces to walk, bike, scoot, run, jog, sit on a bench. And with spring migration coming, you might consider taking part in one of the most popular recreational activities in the world: birding.
The United States Fish and Wildlife Service estimates that...