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What good are boxelder bugs, will robins reuse a nest, and do carpenter ants eat wood?
Football fans are bird watchers, The sound and the feathery, and what do cedar waxwings eat in the winter
Out & About
Springing into action, can birds smell, and do squirrels get rabies.
Fighting cardinals, doodlebugs, and redpolls
Bambi, dancing rabbits, and doing dishes while watching birds
Sharp-shinned or cooper's hawk, crow or raven
The bird with a red belly button, Is that chocolate I smell? Loons don’t do laundry
It wasn't Rocky the Flying Squirrel, gangs of turkeys, and why we dislike grackles
Bird poetry, Whose nose was it?, A hot pocket for a wren, A plethora of redpolls
Great-tailed grackles, common redpolls are common this year, and hawks in love—plus: A new species of spider has been discovered in the Amazon.
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