Meg Shaw, left, and Kathy Johnson were among birders who hiked on International Bird Day at Floracliff State Nature Preserve on May, 10, 2008. International Bird Day is designed to make people aware that migratory birds are losing habitat.
Meg Shaw, left, and Kathy Johnson were among birders who hiked on International Bird Day at Floracliff State Nature Preserve on May, 10, 2008. International Bird Day is designed to make people aware that migratory birds are losing habitat.
Meg Shaw, left, and Kathy Johnson were among birders who hiked on International Bird Day at Floracliff State Nature Preserve on May, 10, 2008. International Bird Day is designed to make people aware that migratory birds are losing habitat.

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