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Consumer Q's: Mysterious birds, gelding stallions and incessantly chirping crickets
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Because of its singing, friendly personality and appetite for insect pests, the Carolina wren has become a garden and farm favorite. - photo by EDDIE LEDBETTER/staff
Q: There is a small brown bird that occasionally roosts on a ledge at the top of a column at the corner of my porch. It looks like a tiny ball with feathers. It is gone at dawn.
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