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(Left to right) Dark-eyed Junco, Eastern Meadowlark, Red-winged Blackbird Steven Mlodinow/EOL.org; Greg Lasley/EOL.org; dfwuw/EOL.org hide caption

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North America Has Lost 3 Billion Birds, Scientists Say

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The Eclipse Magic Cone features a black waffle cone made with coconut ash and tipped with edible gold, and an interior filled with spiced marshmallow fluff and a golden-yellow ice cream flavored with ginger and turmeric. Courtesy of Salt & Straw hide caption

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Wild bison destined for Banff National Park are prepared for loading and travel at Elk Island National Park's bison-handling facility in Alberta, Canada, on Jan. 31. Johane Janelle/Parks Canada /Reuters hide caption

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These houses in southwestern Haiti were damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Matthew in October. Matthew was the most serious natural catastrophe in North America in 2016. Rebecca Blackwell/AP hide caption

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A new installment in J.K. Rowling's series titled History of Magic in North America will be released every day for the next three days. Evan Agostini/Evan Agostini/Invision/AP hide caption

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