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Old Sunday 7th August 2011, 20:53   #1
Urban Birder McAllen
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Update on Nesting Ladder-backed Woodpeckers

I expect the babies to fly soon. They are becoming quite boisterous and each day I am seeing more and more of them as their bodies become too big for the whole their parents laboriously created. Check out the blog for more details.
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