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Today's big question: Split or jump species?
By Bert Raynes
Today’s column was created by Susan Patla in an act of considerable kindness; she’s a busy nongame biologist with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. You’ll like it. Last Tuesday’s storm brought in more than snow and wind. A number of black rosy-finches appeared at local bird feeders along with gray-crowned rosy-finches, which often hang around Jackson throughout the winter.
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