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Habitat loss causes decrease in Minnesota bird species

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I recently received a letter from Mr. Darrel Lillquist of Guthrie. Living on the Century Farm his grandfather homesteaded in 1898, Mr. Lillquist wrote about the bird life he enjoys around his home. At the time of his writing to me he had counted nine species of birds at his feeders, including crossbills. He also reported observing from time to time less common species such as northern cardinals and black backed woodpeckers visiting his bird feeders.

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