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Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Kirtland Warbler's comeback by Dave's Blog

Dave writes: About 1,400 pairs of the tiny yellow-breasted, blue-gray-backed songbirds exist in the world, and the Kirtland's remains an endangered species. As recently as 1987, only 167 singing males were counted. They nest almost exclusively in the jack pine forests of northern Michigan and spend winters in the Bahamas.

Read Kirtland's warblers are news in Ohio, too

# posted by Tami @ 9:10 AM
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