The Iowa Homemaker

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Where Are the Birds?

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A week ago, as I passed from my home to the college campus, about two blocks, and then across the campus to the office, I counted the number of birds nests that I could see remaining in the trees-27 nests were counted. I looked for several others that I knew were there last summer, but the storms of winter and other agencies had destroyed them during the half-year since they were bird homes. The majority of these nests- probably about two-thirds were those of robins; the rest had homed catbirds, red-winged blackbirds, goldfinches, orioles, and probably some other species.



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