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Tracking nature in North Central Washington

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The annual Christmas Bird Counts showed a decrease in the number of American robins in North Central Washington compared to recent counts ,according to local birder David St. George The drop is presumably due to the shortage of berries that make up much of their winter food. Other common winter birds such as dark-eyed juncos are abundant and easily spotted at feeders and on the ground where they forage for seeds. Great blue heron numbers are holding steady along the rivers and lakes that stay open through the winter freeze.

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