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Published: Thursday, January 17, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Birds are endlessly interesting on PAWS campus

  • A golden-crowned kinglet clings to a branch on the PAWS campus in Lynnwood.

    Kevin Mack / PAWS

    A golden-crowned kinglet clings to a branch on the PAWS campus in Lynnwood.

The wildlife has fully shifted into winter mode on the PAWS campus with feeding flocks both large and small moving through on a daily basis. Now that all of the local deciduous trees have dropped their leaves, the flocks have been much easier to observe.

PAWS naturalist Kevin Mack chronicles the life of wildlife on the Lynnwood campus, where the critters are always up to something interesting.

Click here for his most recent photos and stories of birds and other wildlife.

To learn more about PAWS and their efforts to help wildlife, click here.

Story tags » Wildlife HabitatWildlife Watching

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