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7 May 2012

Clark’s nutcracker on Sulphur Mountain

Friday it was geese. Today, it’s a Clark’s nutcracker: The Clark’s nutcracker is a beefy alpine corvid (perching birds related to crows) of the American west. It’s a great bird in my mind, because if you’re looking at one, it means you’re up in the high country. It means you’re out where the good stuff happens. The bird is named for William Clark, of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. There …

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