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The First Bird Day
May 4, 1894

"Bluebirds have a call-note and a sweet warbling song," said the ornithologists. "Bluebirds are true blue, which is as rare a color among birds as it is among flowers." Conservation efforts continue today as songbirds in America, like the bluebird, become more rare. Can you imagine a world without birds? Keep your eyes and ears open and notice the variety of birds where you live.
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