Blane Klemek: Horned lark, American robin are harbingers of spring
As the snow melts and springtime green-up approaches, observing the first migrating birds is always something to look forward to. And though the sighting of that first Canada goose or red-winged blackbird or eastern bluebird of the year is a delight, there are two species of birds that many people consider to be the harbingers of spring – the horned lark and American robin.
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