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BIRDS

The project will enhance riparian park woodlands along the James River.
A cattle rancher near Medora, North Dakota, is working to preserve bird dwellings through the Audubon Conservation Ranching program.
As the new Chief Conservation Officer for the National Audubon Society, Marshall Johnson is tasked with addressing unprecedented climate change and biodiversity crises that birds are facing.
Two gulls flew into a scene while photographing a fall-colored tree.

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The endangered birds are expected to fly through North Dakota over the next few weeks as they migrate from Canada to Texas.
Fall colors are arriving in the area.
Previous policy limited only birds from avian influenza hotspots.
Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge offers an auto tour for tourists, and many species of wildlife and wildflowers can be seen during a summer's drive.
Generally, birding is done via backyard habitats or with bird-watching groups.
The long-billed curlew is historically important to North Dakota, Game and Fish Department conservation biologist Sandra Johnson said, noting that the bird was mentioned in Theodore Roosevelt’s personal journals.

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A lone Canada goose visits downtown Jamestown.
Ducks and shorebirds loaf together at the Jamestown Reservoir.
Our late spring is a challenge for migrating birds and frustrating for us, but it's not without its drama.

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