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Cooper’s hawks in the ’hood in Clark County

Identifying bird species can be tricky, but handy apps help

By , Columbian staff writer
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The constant sound of crying and screaming shattered the peace around my home a few weeks ago. The intense, ongoing racket was alarming, even shocking — until I started enjoying it. In the end, all that desperate wailing is what helped me make a positive identification.

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