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Tykee James, president of the DC Audubon Society, and Erin Connelly, holding her 10-month-old son, Louis, search in the treetops in Fort Slocum Park in Washington, D.C. Melissa Block/NPR hide caption

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Heads up! Stunning birds are all around us, even in dense cities

If you pay attention, you can see or hear a wide variety of birds, especially in migration season.

Tykee James, president of the DC Audubon Society, and Erin Connelly, holding her 10-month-old son, Louis, search in the treetops in Fort Slocum Park in Washington, D.C. Melissa Block/NPR hide caption

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Heads up! Stunning birds are all around us, even in dense cities

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