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  • Video: Great Backyard Bird Count

    From tiny hummingbirds to impressive great-horned owls, birds of all sizes call Sacramento home. Look in your backyard and you’ll likely see many familiar feathered friends, eating seeds, berries and bugs, or hanging out at a much-appreciated feeder.

From tiny hummingbirds to impressive great-horned owls, birds of all sizes call Sacramento home. Look in your backyard and you’ll likely see many familiar feathered friends, eating seeds, berries and bugs, or hanging out at a much-appreciated feeder. Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee
From tiny hummingbirds to impressive great-horned owls, birds of all sizes call Sacramento home. Look in your backyard and you’ll likely see many familiar feathered friends, eating seeds, berries and bugs, or hanging out at a much-appreciated feeder. Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee

Sacramentans can join a global bird count

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