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US Bird Count Shows Climate Change Affecting Migration Patterns

Soon after daybreak just south of Washington in Virginia, a small group of bird watchers peers through  binoculars, excited about seeing a variety of birds.  They wander through wetlands, adjacent to the Potomac River on Mount Vernon, the former 18th century plantation of George Washington, the first U.S. president.  Stuart Davis uses a more powerful scope to get a closer look.  The avid birder has traveled to other countries in search of his favorite wildlife. “They...

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