Deep in summer drought, most songbirds have split,maybe flew north to the lake country.One skittish cardinal flits about in the shrubsprotecting her nest, but the rest have left.   The pair of catbirds that chirped liltinglyin a halting sequence of whistles and whinesin the dogwoods and pines all through Junebecame restless after the fourth of July, mewedmenacingly for a few days, then hit the…

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