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Students Give Community Tour of Their Very Own Bird Museum - Hasbrouck Heights, NJ Patch

Students Give Community Tour of Their Very Own Bird Museum - Hasbrouck Heights, NJ Patch

'Cant' Wait Until Tomorrow' - a solitary bird watching the sun go down, Monroe, New Jersey, USA by Tom York

Can't Wait Until Tommorrow

'Cant' Wait Until Tomorrow' - a solitary bird watching the sun go down, Monroe, New Jersey, USA by Tom York

Bald Eagle, near Chilkoot Lake, Haines, Alaska © 2009 Randall K. Roberts*

Bald Eagle, near Chilkoot Lake, Haines, Alaska © 2009 Randall K. Roberts*

American Goldfinch (Carduelis tristis)  The American Goldfinch is also known as the Eastern Goldfinch and Wild Canary. When these birds get into the breeding season, they display a bright plumage, do fancy aerial maneuvers and sing to boost their attractiveness. Image: Thefixer

American Goldfinch (Carduelis tristis) The American Goldfinch is also known as the Eastern Goldfinch and Wild Canary. When these birds get into the breeding season, they display a bright plumage, do fancy aerial maneuvers and sing to boost their attractiveness. Image: Thefixer

Cedar Waxwing on Winterberry: Winterberry (Ilex verticillata) is a deciduous version of holly. It loses its leaves in late fall, leaving behind dazzling sprays of lipstick-red berries. Most species of holly are either male or female, so you’ll have to pair them up to get berries. Plant in spring or fall.

Cedar Waxwing on Winterberry: Winterberry (Ilex verticillata) is a deciduous version of holly. It loses its leaves in late fall, leaving behind dazzling sprays of lipstick-red berries. Most species of holly are either male or female, so you’ll have to pair them up to get berries. Plant in spring or fall.

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