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BIRDS

Pair your houses, and put them 20 feet apart.
Each bird had its own solo and did not interrupt the others.
Our late spring is a challenge for migrating birds and frustrating for us, but it's not without its drama.
From the editorial: "Avian flu typically peaks in the spring as waterfowl migrate north, so those numbers could grow dramatically in the next six weeks."

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The Cornell Lab of Ornithology offers the Merlin Bird ID app for free.
Retired teacher Larry Weber, a Barnum resident, is the author of several books, including “Butterflies of the North Woods,” “Spiders of the North Woods,” “Webwood” and “In a Patch of Goldenrods.” Contact him via Katie Rohman at krohman@duluthnews.com.
The city of Superior is in the process of survey mapping for Wisconsin Point to create boundaries for the land and transfer it to the Band. It is expected to take roughly eight weeks to complete.
The northward migration of sandhill cranes is one of nature’s grand spectacles.
Work will start this summer on classroom space at Welcome Center
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Project would add amphitheater, seating, picnic shelter and toilets to the birdwatching hotspot.

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The little yellow bird's numbers are crashing in Minnesota as well.
Blue jays and broadwings most common so far.
"Fielding Questions" columnist Don Kinzler also hears from readers on a smart tip to scare birds away from a tree and weighs in on pruning shrubs now after a hot summer.

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