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Clark's Nutcracker Mini Documentary

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Interesting facts about Clark's Nutcrackers filmed foraging for pine nuts at a high elevation mountain lake in the Wind River Area of Wyoming. These fascinating birds are members of the Corvid (Corvidae) or Crow family that include Jays, Crows and Ravens and are smart birds that have been mistaken for woodpeckers. One of three new bird species documented on the Lewis and Clark expedition (1804-1806). They were absolutely fascinating to watch from my tree-top level vantage point as they collected dozens of pine nuts and cached them for winter.

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