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Just add water — birds will come

March 23, 2013
By GARRY BRANDENBURG , Times-Republican

MIGRATION is an unstoppable happening. Waterfowl have been flying south in the fall for eons of time. Likewise over those same eons their urge to return to nesting grounds makes them fly northward toward arctic homes. For people on the ground anywhere along the route from the Gulf Coast and into Canada, one cannot help but look up at huge V-forms of waterfowl winging their way toward a place to call home for the summer.



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