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A puffin was once spotted carrying 62 fish in its beak! Photo: Fabiola Forns/Audubon Photography Awards by audubonsociety

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Cedar waxwings and robins are most likely to gorge on fermented blackberries, pyracantha or juniper berries, crabapples or mountain ash fruits. “These birds may be tipsy, inadvertent victims of alcohol consumption,” Oregon State University’s Extension Office reports.

Cedar waxwings and robins are most likely to gorge on fermented blackberries, pyracantha or juniper berries, crabapples or mountain ash fruits. “These birds may be tipsy, inadvertent victims of alcohol consumption,” Oregon State University’s Extension Office reports.

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(297) #ThursdayThoughts hashtag on Twitter

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Chestnut-Backed Chickadee

Chestnut-backed Chickadee spotted in Port Orchard, WA

Mourning Doves (Photo: Betsy Bass - Instagram post by @audubonsociety)

Mourning Doves (Photo: Betsy Bass - Instagram post by @audubonsociety)

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