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Wild Birds Respond Differently to the First Long Days of a Year

Offbeat  (tags: animals, climate-change, climatechange, environment, wildlife, research, science, nature, habitat, animals, wildlife, wildanimals, environment, interesting, scientists, research, science, discovery, animals, interesting, wildlife, unusual, environment )

- 2057 days ago -
The lengthening of days in late winter is an important signal that stimulates the reproductive activity of many animals.

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Monday April 30, 2012, 10:46 am
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