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Thanks for this article, great examples...love them

   
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I found out years ago when a red cardinal kept striking our window until he died why that happens? I was told that they are very territorial and they think they are seeing a rival cardinal in the reflection of the window and so are trying to fight "the other bird off"! lol
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