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“While birdwatching one sunny April morning in the famed Sapsucker Woods at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, I crossed a footbridge on a trail and spied this eastern phoebe with a bill full of moss pumping its tail and waiting for me to pass,” said photographer Kent McFarland. “I quickly snapped a few photos of her before moving down the trail, pausing to watch through my binoculars. When she thought all was safe and clear, she flew under the bridge I had just walked over and soon came out with an empty bill.”


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