Blane Klemek column: American crow is a social bird
Every morning and every evening, I drive by Diamond Lake in northern Hubbard County on my way to and from work. It's a shallow, heart-shaped lake about 200 acres in size that's ringed with cattails, sedges, muskrat houses and beaver lodges. Some people say there's fish in it, but I've never seen a boat on the lake, and I've been driving by it for almost 20 years.
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