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Malcolm Jolley: Where Does Your Thanksgiving Dinner Come From?

Thanksgiving began as a Christian holiday, famously exported by Plymouth Puritans to our side of the Atlantic, where it stuck big time. The idea of the “holy day” was to thank God for the bounty of the harvest, a more or less universal sentiment among religions since the dawn of written history and (I guess) …

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Help Feeding Birds in Winter With Homemade Bird Feeder

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You can help feeding birds in the Winter with your own homemade bird feeder because during the winter, birds have a hard time finding food and water. There are no insects, seeds, or worms available and water sources are often frozen or dry. Helping to Feed the birds during the winter months helps preserve the …

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Snowy Owls Rare Migration Further South Remains Mystery

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Snowy Owls are migrating en-mass further south this season, with some sightings as far south as Oklahoma! There have been sightings of thousands of the snow-white birds, which stand 2 feet tall with 5-foot wingspans, have been spotted from coast to coast, feeding in farmlands of Idaho, roosting on rooftops in Montana, sailing over golf …

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Guide to Atlantic Puffin Rare Bird Watching Find For Bird Watchers!

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For most bird watching enthusiasts and bird watchers sighting an Atlantic Puffin is one of those rare sighting experiences. For these avid bird lovers, keeping an eye out for a rare sighting is of the utmost importance, and this bird is one of those rare finds that avid birders will cherish for a lifetime! Observing …

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