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Out on the course, a pair of Eastern kingbirds pugnaciously defended territory against all comers, all the while giving their characteristic tinkling scold.
Eastern kingbirds, cedar waxwings, black-capped chickadees and warblers flitted from limb to limb.
Starlyn Howard, a wildlife rehabilitator at the Wetlands and Wildlife Care Center in Huntington Beach, was called out to rescue a young kingbird.
A pair of Eastern kingbirds danced over the green trying to corral some large ground bees.
Populations are increasing for species whose preferred habitats are in sync with the changing conditions, such as Cassin's kingbird, a southwestern native now expanding its range as Colorado and Wyoming warm up.
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