Brome Bird News – Female Loons Go For the Youngest Mate Possible

Around the World – The Amazing Return of the Red Kite

Birds in Government – We Need Stricter Sentences for People Who Shoot Whooping Cranes

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Learn about 4 easily available natural household fertilizers. Dr. Bird gives some advice on how to keep House Sparrows away from your feeders. Female Loons aren’t shy when it comes to dating younger men, the Red Kite is flourishing after a 145 year comeback from extinction and despite there being only 500 in the wild, people still feel it’s ok to shoot Whooping Cranes.

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