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October 2019

Crows and Ravens - Who's Who? Let's figure it out!

Out of the 810 species of North American birds, only crows and ravens are completely black. But they have much more in common than color. Along with their cousins, the magpies and jays, they’re among the smartest birds on the planet. But which is which? And who’s smarter? Let's check it out. And... read more »

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Pileated Woodpecker roosting holes

Photographer Gregg Thompson had a stroke of good fortune. He wrote:In late September, I noticed a pair of Pileated Woodpeckers on this tree trunk. It was too late in the year for them to have any chicks, and after I read a bit, I decided this was a roosting tree. It could have been a nesting site... read more »

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Celebrating "National Wildlife Refuge Week"

National Wildlife Refuge Week - October 13 - 19, 2019White Reddish Egret © Joanne KamoGreen Jay     © Joanne KamoThe Green Jays of Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge - Listen NowPectoral Sandpiper     © Joanne KamoThe Arctic National Wildlife Refuge -... read more »

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