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A black-capped chickadee selects a freeze-dried mealworm from a bird feeder. Keith Corliss/The Pioneer

Flight Lines: Mealworms add dimension when feeding birds

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I'll likely never see bluebirds in my yard. The best I can hope for is a lucky fleeting glimpse of a flyover during migration, but the birds will not stop at the feeders I put out. It's just not in the cards for me; I live in the middle of town, after all.

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