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audubonsociety's Media: Did you know that Florida Scrub-Jays form family groups? Fledglings from previous years will often

Did you know that Florida Scrub-Jays form family groups? Fledglings from previous years will often remain with their parents as "helpers."⠀ ⠀ 📷: Mark Eden/Great Backyard Bird Count

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audubonsociety's Media: From spring through fall, Tree Swallows are easy to find throughout much of North America. Look for

From spring through fall, Tree Swallows are easy to find throughout much of North America. Look for them in open fields or marshes next to bodies of freshwater.⠀ ⠀ 📷: John D'Agastino/Audubon Photography Awards

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audubonsociety's Media: Blue-gray Gnatcatchers are very territorial and may use vocal displays or midair confrontations to

Blue-gray Gnatcatchers are very territorial and may use vocal displays or midair confrontations to chase their rival away.⠀ ⠀ 📷: Jake Zadick/Audubon Photography Awards

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audubonsociety's Media: Have you ever heard a Lazuli Bunting singing early in the morning? Their dawn chorus begins about a

Have you ever heard a Lazuli Bunting singing early in the morning? Their dawn chorus begins about an hour before the sun is up. ☀️⠀ ⠀ 📷: Melissa James/Audubon Photography Awards

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audubonsociety's Media: Unlike most thrushes, Mountain Bluebirds are great aerial foragers—hovering kestrel-like before des

Unlike most thrushes, Mountain Bluebirds are great aerial foragers—hovering kestrel-like before descending onto their prey.⠀ ⠀ 📷: Richard Pick/Audubon Photography Awards⠀ ⠀

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audubonsociety's Media: You won't get warbler neck searching for the Black-throated Blue Warbler. During the breeding seaso

You won't get warbler neck searching for the Black-throated Blue Warbler. During the breeding season, look for them in the lower canopy of the forest.⠀ ⠀ 📷: Jesse Gordon (@jesse.r.gordon)/Audubon Photography Awards

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audubonsociety's Media: Though Great Blue Herons can grow to be 2-4 feet tall, they only weigh 5 to 6 pounds thanks to thei

Though Great Blue Herons can grow to be 2-4 feet tall, they only weigh 5 to 6 pounds thanks to their hollow bones—a feature most bird species share.⠀ ⠀ 📷: Jun Zuo/Audubon Photography Awards

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audubonsociety's Media: Cerulean Warblers can often be found hopping along branches and picking insects from leaves and twi

Cerulean Warblers can often be found hopping along branches and picking insects from leaves and twigs at the top of the canopy.⠀ ⠀ 📷: USDA/DJ McNeil

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audubonsociety's Media: This week we reached over 400K followers 🎉🐦🎉. Thanks to all of you for being part of our flock!

This week we reached over 400K followers 🎉🐦🎉. Thanks to all of you for being part of our flock! ⠀ ⠀ Eastern Bluebirds. 📷: Danny Brown/Audubon Photography Awards

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audubonsociety's Media: Steller’s Jays are great imitators. They can mimic the sounds of squirrels, cats, dogs, and other b

Steller’s Jays are great imitators. They can mimic the sounds of squirrels, cats, dogs, and other bird species.⠀ ⠀ 📷: Doug Kliewer/Audubon Photography Awards

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audubonsociety's Media: Before feeding an insect to nestlings, Blue Grosbeaks will remove the head, wings, and majority of

Before feeding an insect to nestlings, Blue Grosbeaks will remove the head, wings, and majority of the insect’s legs.⠀ ⠀ 📷: Megumi Williamson/Audubon Photography Awards

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audubonsociety's Media: Blue Jays are one of the loudest and most colorful birds of eastern backyards. Besides their sharp

Blue Jays are one of the loudest and most colorful birds of eastern backyards. Besides their sharp "jay-jay" calls, these jays make a variety of musical sounds, and they can do a remarkable imitation of the Red-shouldered Hawk's scream.⠀ ⠀ 📷: Brian Kushner (@bkushner2)/Audubon Photography Awards

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