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"-30-" is the way we old-school journalists used to let our editors know we were at the end of our story. We wrote our stories on these curious devices known as "typewriters." They were pretty neat. ...
11/20/13 at 5:23 PM Gone South 11/16/13 at 12:52 PM
Twin Cities oasis 11/14/13 at 5:58 PM
I guess it's only fair. I have acquired a few life birds "in the mail," as it is said, I suppose it's only fitting that some would be taken away in the same fashion. The posting on the ABA's blog two...
5/7/13 at 3:00 PM Swans, yes, but which ones? 4/8/13 at 1:42 PM
Now that's kinda weird 5/10/12 at 12:08 PM
more on (purple) martins
Last weeks column on purple martins generated some interesting questions. Here's a sample with the response from Perry Vogel of the Purple Martin Association of the Dakota's I live in Park River,ND....
4/1/13 at 5:11 AM keeping those feeders clean 4/27/09 at 10:11 PM
Big day at Hawk Ridge; another coming?
Just a quick heads-up. More than 5,000 raptors were counted at Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory on Monday, according to Debbie Waters, education director at Hawk Ridge. That's by far the largest count of t...
9/13/10 at 8:14 PM Broadwings beginning to build at Hawk Ridge 9/9/10 at 10:22 AM
Mississippi kite observed at Hawk Ridge in Duluth 9/2/10 at 9:13 AM
National Repository: Where Dead Eagles Land
For some Americans, practicing their religion requires a federal permit and a long wait for a controlled substance — eagle parts. The National Eagle Repository, Building 128 at the Rocky Mounta...
9/3/09 at 2:54 AM 1 in 5 Americans is a birdwatcher, report says 8/5/09 at 3:18 AM
DNR: It’s nesting season, so delay roadside mowing until Aug. 1 6/24/09 at 4:19 AM