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Jim Lodato, of Evansville, built and installed a 14-foot-tall chimney swift tower in hopes that migrating chimney swifts will use it for nesting when they arrive in southern Indiana in a few weeks. The birds' numbers have been declining as suitable nesting sites decline, he said.
Jim Lodato stands recently near a chimney swift tower he built and installed in Evansville, Ind. He hopes migrating chimney swifts will use the 14-foot-tall tower for nesting when they arrive in the area in a few weeks.
EVANSVILLE, Ind. | When the annual migration of chimney swifts arrives from South America later this month, there will be some new lodgings available for them.
EVANSVILLE -- Not a single spade of dirt is being turned, but researchers are mining the flat, grassy fields at Angel Mounds State Historic Site for something immensely valuable -- data.
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