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The site has many species of fish and birds, such as scarlet tanagers and wood thrushes.
In Patterson Park alone, more than 200 bird species have been documented, including Baltimore orioles, chimney swifts and wood thrushes.
The migrant wildlife is gone, the pewees, vireos and wood thrushes all far to the south by now.
Up to five more wood thrushes gave guttural chuckles.
Purple finches, a dusky-rose habitué of backyard bird feeders, have declined by half over the past 50 years, while wood thrushes, famed for their flutelike tunes, are down by more than 60%, according to the North American Breeding Bird Survey.
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