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Identifying an entire family of warblers in the dark, from their chip notes
Developing a research device to watch, listen, and identify migrants automatically
Listening in on Spotted Owls and other secretive nocturnal species
Radio transmitters reveal a surprising predator on wintering grounds
Birds are less abundant when periodic cicadas emerge
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