February 2010
New York State Conservationist;Feb2010, Vol. 64 Issue 4, p30
Several letters to the editor are presented posing various questions and comments including one asking what kind of owl that made the reader's house his temporary residence, another about a one-footed blue jay, and another asking if an odd-colored bird in the reader's backyard is an albino.


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