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Yellow Bird: Nature's wonders in own back yard
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TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 2003

"Finding Chase Lake in North Dakota is a bit of a chore. The roads are confusing, but the people in the area are friendly and helpful.

I was with two friends and experts - a biologist and an environmentalist - Richard and Glinda Crawford, both professors at UND. I felt fortunate. When I saw only the tail end of a bird and had no idea what it was, Richard would look up and with one glance, name the bird and the bird's children by their first names. He is good."

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DORREEN YELLOW BIRD COLUMN: Refuges help show off N.D.'s natural wonders (The Grand Forks Herald 6/10)

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