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Lots in Costa Rica

The photos are amazing, thanks for share in your blog your research

Grant Stevenson

Don Kroodsma has no doubt heard it. He goes occ. to Central America. one of his favorites is the thrush there (?).

Grant Stevenson

Don Kroodsma has no doubt heard it. He goes occ. to Central America. one of his favorites is the thrush there (?).

Chuck

Guess what I heard on the radio while driving from work to a speaking engagement in Racine, Wisconsin, last night?

Rufous-and-white Wrens. (And ornithologist Dan Mennill, too.) They were featured as the Geo Quiz on the radio program "The World." What a treat!

You can hear it online:

Rufous and White Wren
http://www.theworld.org/?q=node/20731

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