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This bird’s future is hampered poisons.

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Like a lot of birds that spend their winters in Central and South America, the Dickcissel is diminishing in numbers. Here’s why.

By Sharon Warner

I had not seen or heard a Dickcissel in Shelby County since the early 1980s until the late spring of 2010. I was just north of Shelbyville on Ben Zaring's farm on the east side of Smithfield Road, searching for another species of bird, when I heard the telltale song that always gives this bird's location away.


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