Dragon spotting is a popular pastime that, fortunately, does not involve (and remains quite distinct from) hunting of dragons. On a basic level, dragon spotting resembles birdwatching, in that a person can observe a dragon from a safe distance, though with a greater element of risk. Dragon spotting is a useful way of obtaining much dragon-related information. Mind dragons can often be felt by trying this.
Origin of the sportEdit
Dragon spotting was a favorite pastime of medieval scientists and British naturalists and eventually was passed on through the centuries until it evolved into a modern, highly engaging activity.
Recommended areas to spot dragonsEdit
Dragons can be found across the planet. However, the most commonly spotted dragons tend to be found in the Americas and parts of Asia. However, if you want to see a true rarity, India and Australia have many unique, rare and exquisite dragon species.