Blane Klemek column: Towhees are delightful birds with delightful song
Last month, I spent a few hours each evening for seven days nestled within the limbs of an old bur oak tree in a northwestern Minnesota woodland. Surrounded by other oak trees, aspen, and hazel, my vision was restricted to a very small area because of the dense and green foliage. Nonetheless, the wildlife I observed inside that small wooded window was worth every idle second.
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