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  • Back From the Brink

    Peregrine falcons have adapted to city life, but species without the star power are still languishing.
  • Death From Above

    Small birds and rodents are learning the hard way that the Cooper's hawk is back in town.
  • Strength in Numbers

    On the brink of extinction a few decades ago, sandhill cranes now descend by the thousands every year on a favorite spot in Indiana.
  • The Kindest Cut

    Urban arborist Charlie Miller saves Chicago's trees from bugs, disease, the weather, and sometimes their owners.
  • Dam Animals

  • Big Birds

    They may look delicate, but the pair of swans camped out under the Diversey bridge can take care of themselves.
  • Harlequin Romance

    The appearance of a rare duck sets birders atwitter.
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