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By Jeff Berti
Since most birds fly south for the winter, you may be wondering why there’s a hawk sitting on many of the local fence posts and power line poles. The fact is, many hawks (and other “birds of prey”) also fly south. However, birds that begin their migrations in the northern U.S. and Canada often discover that Missouri is far enough south to suit their needs.
The influx

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