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The world's fastest-flying birds, which dine on pigeons, welcomed about 25 new raptors to city limits.

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Decorative doves, released at weddings and funerals, sometimes get lost, then slam into city buildings.

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Hundreds of species of birds are making their way through the city during their migration south.

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Chicago is hosting eight weeks worth of bird-related activities starting Friday at Lincoln Park Zoo.

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Chicago's Canada geese now number in the tens of thousands, and one goose poops about every 7 minutes.

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And the Jardine Bird Sanctuary is off limits to everyone except a few select employees.

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Common throughout Chicago, the birds don't mind flying straight at people, especially runners.

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Bird watchers have spotted bald eagles flying in Cook County lately, and experts aren't surprised.

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"Broken Journey" features photos of birds that died after slamming into buildings all over Chicago.

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Robins come to Chicago from as far south as Mexico and Guatemala.

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The city is home to bald eagles and other feathered friends, students learn through Openlands program.

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The Facebook group "My Year Birding at LaBagh Woods" also recorded 20 butterfly species.

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The project is part of an effort to restore the area as a shelter for migrating birds.

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Grief-stricken city residents shouldn't have to drive to the suburbs for the service, Ald. Laurino said.

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The bright and beautiful Bali mynah is believed to be functionally extinct in the wild.