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Every winter I look forward to watching the drama unfolding in the backyard, as birds and squirrels begin arriving at feeders, searching for and sometimes battling over food and even becoming food for predatory birds.

I’m not alone in this fascination. Recognizing the rise in interest in feeding birds, Cornell University’s Lab of Ornithology began a Backyard Bird Count, with simple guidelines to follow. Thousands of people across the country interested in birds have participated in the activity, scheduled this year for Feb. 18-21. For all ages, the bird count can be done from the comfort of a ...

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