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Fall Bird Watching In Ohio

 American goldfinche
Miles Moody
American goldfinche

Millions of migratory birds are set to fill the skies above Ohio as they make their way toward more tropical climates.

Telling them apart can be tricky, as many songbirds swap their vibrant spring plumage for more muted feathers on their trek south.

Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, fall birds and more with naturalist, artist and author Julie Zickefoose.

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  • Julie Zickefoose, naturalist, artist and author and Bird Watcher’s Digest contributing editor

Read More: "28 Minutes Of September" by Julie Zickefoose

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