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"Birds & Birding"
By Ann Hingas



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Blue Jays
Updated 5/20/08
Readers Ask Ann About Blue Jays: Nesting, Aggression, Young and More!
  Raiders and kings of back yard bird feeders. West Nile Virus Especially Fatal To Jays And Crows
Baths, Drippers, Misters Will Attract More Birds
  Simple watering systems will bring different species to your yard.
Bob White Leads Curious, Ground-Bound Lifestyle
  Odd family habits and social behaviors
Mysterious Barred Owl's Calls Entertain Us At Night
  Recording, photo and links to more Barred Owl sites
An Avian Mascot for IU?
  Wild Turkey? Cowbird? Hoosier Hummer?
Whooping Cranes Begin History-Making Flight
  Eight young Whooping Cranes tofollow ultralight aircraft 1,250 miles!
A Quick Guide To Birding Optics
  Bewildered by the many choices in binoculars and scopes?
Nightjars and Goatsuckers: The Night's Songsters
  Whip-poor-will to night hawk, these birds sing the night away
Make Your Backyard Prime Habitat For Birds & Wildlife
  Tips from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology
America's Bird: The Robin
  Robin red-breast has thrived by following human expansion and habitat alteration
Sandhill Cranes Head North In February
  650,000 sandhills migrate early and rest at Jasper-Pulaski
Bird Migration
  Birds use "maps" and compasses to find their way
Resident Sandills Make Foggy Yard Visit
  Three digital photos of the neighborhood sandhills
Guidelines To Stop Bird-Tower Collisions
  Text of U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service new release
Carolilna Wren Makes Itself A Home
 An entertaining porch guest moves in
Feds Bust Eagle Poaching Ring
 Market thriving for eagle parts, feathers in Southwest
Bird Feeding
Feeding wild birds is lively home entertainment
Cowbird's Reproductive Strategy Makes It Latest Forestry Target
Parasitic cowbird reputation victim of '90s politics
Hummingbirds are the smallest of all bird species, but their abilities are awesome.
Bird songs
The skinny behind why birds sing and meaning.
Amnicon Eagle Fishing
Eagle snatches fishing lure by mistake, but lake residents act quickly to save it.
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