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Nearly 20 birdwatchers participated in the Katawba Valley Land Trust’s annual spring bird count in April.
They cataloged species that use local protected properties as migration routes during the spring.
The birders counted 113 different species during the event.
Significant sightings included a Swainson’s warbler, a rose-breasted grosbeak and a Northern waterthrush, none of which actually live in the area in summer or winter, but pass through during spring migration.
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