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Here we are in the middle of spring already, with a cold front facing us as we speak on Tuesday. Some people are not aware of this, though migration actually begins in February with waterfowl, swallows, and Sandhill Cranes just to name a few. We’ll see more activity with the shorebirds that have been visiting for the past month with some early birds, including several that we don’t normally catch in these parts like Tuesday’s Piping Plover. Neotropic migrants are pushing down on the gas pedal and there have been several first of the year aficionados posted in the usual spots.

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How many of you began your objective scientific study of birds using one of the most common of them — the American Robin? It has been said that the robin knows, but knows what?

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The overnight migration activity of native bird species, such as the brown thrasher, is visible on weather radar and correlates with bird deat…

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PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. – It wasn’t quite a classic children’s story, but first responders from the local fire department nonetheless achieved beloved status recently for rescuing a high and dry brood of ducks in this northern New York community.

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One of the side benefits of visiting Key West is an opportunity to drive the scenic Overseas Highway (U.S. 1) connecting the Keys with the Florida peninsula.

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(RNN) – If you weren't watching Tuesday and Wednesday evening, you missed both eggs hatching live on the Southwest Florida Eagle Cam. A second baby bald eagle has hatched in Florida. Eaglet number 11 known as "E11," hatched on Wednesday evening at 4:25 p.m. Its sibling, "E10," hatched on Tuesday.