Weekly Wrap-up: June 1 - 7, 2018
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On the fence
Badgers are related to otters, weasels and wolverines. These omnivores eat mostly ground squirrels and mice, but have been know to hunt everything from rabbits to turtles. https://t.co/ZpmJ03EAkb— USFWS Midwest Region (@USFWSMidwest) June 6, 2018
Turtles are out searching for the perfect place to lay their eggs. Learn how you can help keep turtles safe as they cross roads: https://t.co/uJAS2RVTfx— USFWS Midwest Region (@USFWSMidwest) June 7, 2018
Barn swallows can be seen in open areas throughout most of North America. Watch for their smooth wing beats as they feed and even bathe in flight! pic.twitter.com/6dFPDjpyOG— USFWS Midwest Region (@USFWSMidwest) June 4, 2018
Ever wonder how birds cool off? Shade is great but can be hard to come by. Sometimes birds will use their wings to create their own shade! https://t.co/bzBdozcJeQ— USFWS Midwest Region (@USFWSMidwest) June 3, 2018
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