Spring is display season for native gallinaceous birds
Springtime, finally, is upon us. With the welcome warmth, the snow and ice-melt, and eventual green-up, comes the much-anticipated return of migrant birds. Streaming into the Northland are such avian friends as red-winged blackbirds, already filling the cattail marshes with their "kong-ka-ree" songs.
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