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Flight Lines: Morning, lengthening days lead to singing birds

Published 03/07/2012, West Fargo Pioneer

“In the Spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love,” wrote British poet Alfred Lord Tennyson in his work titled, Locksley Hall. Indeed there is something about the slightly warming weather, the ever longer days, and the slow greening of the landscape which stirs the hearts of not only young men, but young organisms of all types.

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