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Birds of a Feather Flock Together

Posted on Thursday, May 28th, 2015 in Activities

By Lori Nussbaum  Flap flap flap flap…glide…flap, flap…glide…flap flap flap…and then the bird skillfully lands on the tallest nearby shrub in the open prairie. The male bird ruffles its black feathers while proudly showing off the red colored patches on its wings. This sharp color contrast easily catches one’s eye, and this bird all too … Continued

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