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Rob Zimmer column: Celebrating International Migratory Bird Day with walk in the woods

8:17 AM, May 11, 2014
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Just in time for International Migratory Bird Day on Saturday, swarms of colorful songbirds have returned to Wisconsin's parks, nature centers, forests, woodlands and backyards.

Many area residents were shocked to see the number of brilliantly colored orioles, grosbeaks, indigo buntings, hummingbirds, scarlet tanagers and warblers that descended upon our area during the past few days.

Migrating birds generally follow a warm front north, taking advantage of strong south winds. As a warm front moved north across the state Thursday and Friday, the birds came along with it. ...

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