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At the time, corporate leaders in the life sciences like Allergan CEO Brent Saunders, Alnylam chief John Maraganore, and bluebird bio's Nick Leschly condemned the immigration rollback as antithetical to American values of diversity.
Apparently, bluebirds and swallows are not bothered by that, but sparrows avoid it.
The Bluebirds have matched an offer from Celtic; though the Scottish champions are reportedly in advanced talks with the former Leicester man.
Birds such as lazuli buntings and mountain bluebirds feast on the insects attracted to the flowers.
Mealworm seedcake, for example, is designed to attract bluebirds, orioles, wrens, jays, chickadees and titmice.
Baioni led the Bluebirds to their third consecutive Ninth Region championship, becoming only the second Ninth Region team to win three in a row.
The blurred wings of an eastern bluebird feeding its young are reminiscent of watercolor.
See bluebirds — the Idaho state bird — along Elma Goodman Mountain Bluebird Trail.
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