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Why Evolution Is True

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We begin with the report from Stephen Barnard in Idaho, who tells me that all eleven ducklings of the gadwall mother he’s watching (Anas streptera) are still alive. And he took a photo of one adorable baby.

Gadwall duckling, about five or six days old, I think. One of the brood of eleven.

And a bunch of photos from reader Karen Bartelt; her notes are indented:

My husband and I went to Big Bend National Park in Texas for the second time this April. Β It was already hot (100 degrees F) at the Rio Grande at midday, and even the Chisos Muntains were pushing 90. Β Here are a few birds from the area.

We saw golden-fronted woodpeckers (Melanerpes aurifrons) last year as well. Β This year they were hollowing out a lot of nesting cavities. Β Bottoms up!

A new bird for us…

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