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But more often, his reference points come from outside the home: songbirds, summer clouds, weeds and winter are all referenced in the first few songs.
In 1804, a young naturalist named John James Audubon tied silver threads to the legs of the eastern phoebes, tiny white-and-brown songbirds, that lived in a nest near his home near Philadelphia.
Up-and-coming songbird Justine Skye has a girl gang that includes Kylie Jenner and Jordyn Woods, and also: great hair.
The spike in the numbers of hawks, sparrows, robins, terns, and other songbirds and shorebirds — and a few rare species — is being driven by northwest winds and a pattern of cold fronts that have emerged along the East Coast over the past month.
Shorebirds, various water birds, raptors and diversity of songbirds may be seen.
In recent decades, as development and agricultural clearing have eaten up fields and forests, the populations of some common songbirds have fallen dramatically.
Additionally the group suggests that feral cats tend to keep clear of parks and other green areas inhabited by coyotes, which in turn means that songbirds in those areas are protected from the cats.
Wildlife numbers, for deer, squirrels and songbirds, have increased at roughly the same rates as plant regeneration.
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