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Featured Bird for December 2003:
Crex Meadows Wildlife Area
45.81 N 92.73 W
The brush-prairie habitat and nearby wetlands attract a wide variety of species. You may even hear a Yellow Rail. Sandhill Cranes are abundant in the fall.
Devil's Lake State Park
43.42 N 89.73 W
Great scenery and a mix of northern and southern birds can be found here. For worm-eating Warbler, try nearby Baxter's Hollow Preserve. The International Crane Foundation is located just north of here in Baraboo.
43.34 N 88.38 W
Roger Tory Peterson once selected this as one of his top dozen birding spots. HUGE staging area for migrating waterfowl.
Featured Hot Spot:
Yellowstone National Park
44.51 N 110.81 W
This huge park is a wonderful place to look for Great Gray Owl, Three-toed and Black-backed Woodpecker. Hike the trails and check the habitat at different elevations. After watching "Old Faithful" erupt, bird the areas between it and Mammoth Hot Springs.
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