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June 26 2010 Birding Newsletter

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Robins and Worms: The Sequel
Do robins really use their sense of hearing to find worms? Some disagree. Let's hear what the experts have to say.

A couple of updates for the newsletter:
The bird cam on the eagles in New Jersey has been shut off for the year. The babies fledged on June 21. Congratulations to the staff at Duke Farms, and of course, the parent eagles, for a successful breeding year.

When I first reported on the oil spill, there were only a few bird fatalities. Going into day 60+, the fatalities are now at least 2000, with the brown pelican most at risk. Ler's hope they cap that thing soon, before more birds die.

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