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What is the most incredible bird you’ve ever seen, and why?

Asked by News-Sentinel photography intern Sean Reilly

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Posted: Monday, November 9, 2009 12:00 am | Updated: 8:53 am, Mon Jul 19, 2010.

Darres Cook
“An albino peacock, because they are so beautiful.”
Kathy Grant
“The Sandhill Cranes, because they never divorce. They are married for life.”
Lisa Goldman
“Hummingbirds, because they are so beautiful.”
River Meeker
“Sandhill Cranes, because there are lots of them at my grandma’s house.”

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  • posted at 9:17 pm on Sun, Nov 15, 2009.


    @alf...I believe that would be Syracuse :P Seriously though, most birds I know of are monogamous

  • posted at 2:33 pm on Sun, Nov 15, 2009.


    where does one send their bird for the marriage license?



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