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Whooo are the first love birds of the season?

This photo provided by Morgan Erickson-Davis shows Mose, a pet raven, in the Stony Creek Campground west of Philipsburg, Mont. Mose disappeared Oct. 28. (Associated Press)
This photo provided by Morgan Erickson-Davis shows Mose, a pet raven, in the Stony Creek Campground west of Philipsburg, Mont. Mose disappeared Oct. 28. (Associated Press)

WILDLIFE — At least one bird species in the Inland Northwest was way ahead of the crowd on the procreation front, as I mentioned in today's Outdoors column.

But birdwatcher reporting from Pend Oreille County Wednesday said they a raucus bunch of hungry nestlings proved that common ravens weren't far behind.




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