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This pair of brown-headed cowbirds won’t tend their own young, instead laying eggs in another species’ nest.
Photos by Jim Williams • Special to the Star Tribune
A warbler dutifully feeds the larger cowbird hatchling from its nest.
With few bison left, the brown-headed cowbird now makes do with cow herds.
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