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These blows force air through the feathers, causing the water to bubble.

Juveniles stay close to their nesting site for several weeks, still
dependent on their parents for food.
As April arrives, the sprightly bird is migrating northward, with males
typically preceding females.

This exquisite bird was named for the Greek muse of epic poetry, and
it's the smallest long-distance avian migrant in the world.

Expect to see Pigeon Guillemots, Black Oystercatchers, and Tufted
Puffins, like this one! BirdNote is preparing to expand beyond
Washington, and you can help shape our future.

Birdsongs heard on this show include a Common Loon, like this one,
Swainson's Thrush, White-throated Sparrow, Least Flycatcher,
Black-and-white Warbler, Nashville Warbler, and Ruby-crowned Kinglet. As
big as their mother, the two youngsters of that brood bulge the sides of
their walnut-sized nest. The thrushes are also apparently able to rest
half their brain by sleeping with one eye closed.

Can you imagine a spring without the voices of birds?
The Hermit Thrush sings ethereal, paired phrases, long flute-like notes
backed by complex, reedy phrases. Researchers suggest that the legend
goes back into pagan times, when civilizations were keen to have high
birthrates. You can count yourself lucky if you have actually seen a
Virginia Rail.
Then he lifts his head, raises his bushy crest, and skis back on to the
With a scraggly crest and long, buff-tipped tail, it looks like it was
put together by a committee.