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OUTDOORS Capital City Weekly "I consider this an extreme bird watching study," said Gwen Baluss, a wildlife technician for the Forest Service.

For the Birds - A look at 'extreme' birding

A hatch of Orange-crowned Warbler eggs rest in it nest. This bird is a species commonly encountered during birdcount research in the Tongass National Forest.
Photo Courtesy Of The United States Forest Service
A hatch of Orange-crowned Warbler eggs rest in it nest. This bird is a species commonly encountered during birdcount research in the Tongass National Forest.
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