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Reader photo: Hide and seek

UPDATED: Wed., Oct. 21, 2020

Enjoying one of the greatest parts of living in the Inland Northwest: apple season! One of the smallest birds in the state, a ruby-crowned kinglet, perches in an old apple tree along the road in Hauser on an October morning.  (Angela Marie/courtesy)
Enjoying one of the greatest parts of living in the Inland Northwest: apple season! One of the smallest birds in the state, a ruby-crowned kinglet, perches in an old apple tree along the road in Hauser on an October morning. (Angela Marie/courtesy)

One of the smallest birds in the state, a ruby-crowned kinglet perches in an old apple tree along the road in Hauser on an October morning.

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