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A Painted Bunting, Turkey Vultures and More

painted.jpgA colourful Painted Bunting was spotted in the St. Stephen area this week, causing a great deal of excitement for local birders. Alain Clavette talks about that sighting, plus the increasing numbers of Turkey Vultures in the province and searching for Vesper Sparrow nests. (photo credit: The Cornell Lab of Ornithology)

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