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Wanderers in Trouble

Nearly twenty species of songbirds that nest in North Carolina have had a decline in population over the past two decades. Annual breeding bird surveys over that period confirm this. Birds affected include the cardinal, mockingbird, bluejay, towhee, and meadowlark. Habitat destruction is affecting not only state nesters but also those in tropical rain forests.
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