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Bluebirds still in northern Minnesota — but not for long

Published 11/02/2012, DL-Online

The Harvest Moon has come and gone, but the Hunter’s Moon is yet to come. Leaves have changed colors and have since fallen to the earth, tamaracks are already brilliant gold, and many of the birds we’ve enjoyed watching and listening to all summer long have either left Northern Minnesota or are about to.

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