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The flicker is a woodpecker, but it has its own habits, some of them quite different than those of its woodpecker relatives.
We saw two-thirds of the North Dakota's heron species within minutes of starting the walk. The third, which we didn't see, is the black-crowned night heron.
Midwestern cities are struggling to adapt to transportation needs and realities. There are answers out there if local elected leaders want to listen.
Margaret Rogal, author of “Field Notes,” is the great-grandniece of Elmer Judd, North Dakota’s greatest birdman.
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The canoe trip took Miles Larson, his five paddling partners and their camp counselor across 157.5 miles of lakes, rivers and portages over 15 days.
“Feathers serve two primary functions: thermoregulation and flight,” David Cavagnaro wrote.

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MEDORA, N.D. — The Theodore Roosevelt National Park's Facility Revitalization Plan and Environmental Assessment seeks public review and input before Sept. 14, as the park considers possible improvements at five of its developed areas.
The North Dakota Legislature established the Outdoor Heritage Fund in 2013.
The martin is the largest member of the swallow family. Like the barn swallow, it is a luminescent purple in color, but it lacks the salmon and buff trim that marks barn swallows.

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