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Local birders explore the Mokelumne River floodplain

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David Yee, past president of the Western Field Ornithologists, shows what a nest looks like in a birdhouse as he led a group of local birdwatchers on a walk among vineyards and along the Mokelumne River on Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013. The group began at Heritage Oak Winery in Acampo.

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Dressed in blue jeans, a plaid shirt and a fleece vest, a slight man stood on the edge of a path overlooking a Mokelumne River trying to persuade a ruby crown kinglet to come closer.

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Ian Jonsson/News-Sentinel

David Yee, past president of the Western Field Ornithologists, shows what a nest looks like in a birdhouse as he led a group of local birdwatchers on a walk among vineyards and along the Mokelumne River on Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013. The group began at Heritage Oak Winery in Acampo.

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