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Grassland habitat. Although Hunterdon County's nesting birds are found in many different kinds of habitat, one county habitat holds special significance. That habitat is grassland, a habitat that nature creates with fire, and humans create with agriculture. Grassland is considered by many to be the most endangered habitat on Earth. Most grassland is suitable for agriculture, and so it has been radically changed by human activities. Possible sitings include Eastern Bluebird, Tree Swallow or American Kestral.

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Photographs by Valerie Lykes