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Jennifer Knapp of Wilton shot this picture of a Red-bellied Woodpecker, apparently digging out potential nesting cavities. The Red-belly was one of the top 10 reported birds in Connecticut during the Great Backyard Bird Count, but it was not among the top in the nation.

Millions of winter birds, plus quest for wacky nests

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Jeff, Who Lives at Home: Quirky and endearing

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A little cookie with big memories

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Italian-American culture collision

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Frank McBrearity has the New Canaan Grackles in spring training in his back yard. Perhaps he’d like to order one of these jerseys — only $26 from Birdorable.com! While it’s baseball-style, we’re certain Frank can coach his team into playing America’s pastime instead of that autumnal game.

Spring training for grackles and spring feeding for hawks

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The Hunger Games: A stew of media leftovers

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2012 Mercedes-Benz C250: A personal luxury car

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Hope springs eternal

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‘Bell, Book & Candle’ enchanting

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Carol and Paul O’Connell found this handsome Barred Owl perched inside the screened-in porch at their Ridgefield home. “Apparently, the screen door ... was left open and during the night he decided to pay a visit,” they said. “When we woke up in the morning and went to make coffee, the photo is what we saw through our glass sliding door! A real beauty!” The owl managed to get out. “We propped open the door for him. He eventually found his way out, but not before putting a two-foot gash in our screen. A small price to pay for such a great visit.”

Most birds are monogamous, but many have ‘flings’

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21 Jump Street: An unlikely movie treat

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2011 Chrysler Town & Country Touring: Still a convenient people/cargo carrier

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