Cold weather means the return of subarctic breeding sea
ducks. The ocean fills with scoters, eiders, grebes,
mergansers, long-tails, harlequins, buffleheads, and loons.
Purple sandpipers settle onto the rocky coastline. In the
woods, crossbills and finches move southward into Maine.
Bohemian waxwings and pine grosbeaks move into the fruit
trees. Snow buntings flock to the blueberry fields. To have
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