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Raptors, such as this Great Horned Owl, tend to display a pose known as “mantling” once prey is seized. It’s a way for them to cover or conceal their meal from potential rivals.

Rare visitor becomes prey

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As lucky as we were to be able to tally a Brown Thrasher during the recent Fargo-Moorhead Christmas Bird Count held Dec. 14 (see Flightlines, Dec. 25), ultimately the bird wasn’t as well-off.

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