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They are doing more than just singing.  Friday at the Mizzou farm area I saw copulating ECDs and RTHAs.  And yesterday in my back yard the neighborhood Red-shouldered Hawks were at it.

Mike Grant
Chesterfield, MO

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> The birds think Spring is here!  When I left this morning at 6:15 am, the Robins and Cardinals were singing, a dawn chorus.  At Riverlands, my first male Red-winged Blackbird was perched up and vocalizing.  Song and White-throated Sparrows were singing when I got home.  I know we’re ready!  
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