Great news from our home away from home, Wisconsin. The endangered Kirtland’s Warbler, famous for nesting in Michigan, has been confirmed to be nesting in Wisconsin.
The nest was discovered on land in central Wisconsin owned by the Plum Creek Timber Company.
This was from a press release from the Fish and Wildlife Service. Read the story at Wisconsin’s eBird site.
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That’s great news!-I just finished reading about the decline of so many birds.