Egrets, I've had a few. Also macaws, warblers and cardinals. All make up the extraordinary world of our avian friends; there are 600 North American species alone. For amateur and professionalornithologists alike, the bird world is a source of endless fascination. Such is Audubon's turf; this beautifully produced magazine believes, like Emily Dickinson, "hope is the thing withfeathers."
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