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Remarkable ravens/Brian Hess

Wilder-notes

March 14, 2014
By Brian Hess - For the Gazette , The Daily Mining Gazette

During the winter the majority of our local bird population migrates south to warmer climate and a better food supply. A few species of birds stick it out and brave the winter here in the Upper Peninsula. If you have a feeder out, you are probably familiar with many of the birds that stick it out such as chickadees, blue jays, and nut hatches. A few people, me included, have even seen robins this year. One bird that sticks around and probably doesn't get the attention it deserves is the Common Raven.

 
 
 

 

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