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Bluebirds enjoying renaissance in Ohio

June 22, 2012
By Jim McCormac - Columnist , The Advertiser-Tribune

Two of Ohio's best known and most beloved birds are thrushes. One of them, the American robin, is a ubiquitous fixture in suburbia and nearly every other habitat. Robins often are the first bird one encounters upon stepping outside in the morning. The other thrush may be the recipient of more human assistance than any other bird species in the Buckeye State.



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