Blane Klemek column for April 4: Woodcock, snipe are a delight to see and hear
There are two closely related species of shorebird that I especially enjoy observing and listening to. Though the birds look similar and are sometimes difficult to tell apart if you're not familiar with either, these unlikely of shorebirds -- American woodcock and common snipe -- are widespread, seasonal Minnesota avian residents worthy of a closer look.
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