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Hummingbirds in the Garden

By Julianne Labreche Small but mighty’ is an apt descriptor for the ruby-throated hummingbird. Even though it weighs about the same as a Canadian nickel, every spring this tough, tiny bird makes an incredible journey north from Mexico and parts of Central America to many parts of Canada, including gardens, parks and forests...

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Growing Up Fast

Birding By Brian Morin Tales in leaving the nest Have you ever watched a Robin build a nest and go through the breeding cycle? Mother looks around for a suitable location, perhaps in an evergreen, underneath the eaves of a roof or even on a light above your front door, anything that provides support for a nest of grasses and...

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