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This woodpecker in the Adirondacks seems unfazed by the cold weather
This woodpecker in the Adirondacks seems unfazed by the cold weather

Spring snows may hurt birds more than bugs

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Before we were blanketed with spring snows, black flies and plenty of other bugs were already buzzing in the warm, April air.

Now, that buzz has all but died away.

Paul Smiths College biology professor Curt Stager tells Jonathan Brown the snow and cooler temperatures could affect birds more than insects--even though many people assume spring snows mean a more bug-free summer.

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