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Bird watching opportunities and events take wing

Warmer weather and longer days brings birds back in force

9:55 AM, Apr. 26, 2013

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With warmer temperatures finally arriving in much of Wisconsin, migrating birds are starting to arrive en masse, with bird-watching opportunities and events expected to peak in May.

Dozens of communities, nature centers and organizations hold festivals to celebrate the return of these colorful, diverse migrants, some of which will have travelled thousands of miles to reach Wisconsin, state bird experts say.

"May is the most spectacular month of the year for bird lovers in Wisconsin," says Andy Paulios, a Department of Natural Resources wildlife biologist with the Wisconsin Bird ...

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