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Have you noticed a change in the birds in your yard and neighborhood?


Since the climate has been changing, are the birds that normally would migrate south staying in your region?

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Jim Miller (JimTxMiller) says

3 years ago
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Mike Teddleton (Teddletonmr) says

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    Debby Bruck 3 years ago

    I wonder, too. Must keep bringing awareness to the public and all generations. Make changes for the benefit of humans and all living beings.

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Andrew Spacey (chef-de-jour) says

3 years ago
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    Debby Bruck 3 years ago

    Thanks for complete response. The sensitive birds signal environmental changes from both manmade & natural causes.

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Mary Craig (tillsontitan) says

3 years ago
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    Debby Bruck 3 years ago

    Mary - Which birds are missing? Maybe they have remained in the areas that have provided all their needs through the winter months.


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P. Thorpe Christiansen (duffsmom) says

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    Debby Bruck 3 years ago

    I hope the wolves don't get too friendly. No winter birds? Look out for American tree sparrow, rough legged hawk, bohemian waxwing, common redpoll, northern shrike, chestnut-backed chickadee, Harris sparrow, snow bunting, snowy owl

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