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Mockingbirds live in North America from Canada to Mexico, with concentrations in the southern parts of the United States, including Texas and Florida. Mockingbirds are proficient singers with 39 different songs and over ...

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One direct quote from Bob Ewell in Harper Lee's novel "To Kill a Mockingbird" is: "Jedge, I've asked this county for fifteen years to clean out that nest down yonder, they're dangerous to live around 'sides devaluin' my ...

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Some examples of birds that live in North America are chickadees, ravens, bald eagles, blue herons, bluebirds and goldfinches. As of 2014, there are a total of 914 species of birds that have been found living in the wild...

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The most common type of wild skunk, the striped skunk, is native to North America and ranges all throughout the United States and into parts of Mexico and Canada. Skunks live in a wide array of habitats, including grassl...

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The indigenous habitat for the little blue heron is the freshwater swamps, coastal islands and lagoons throughout the United States, including New Mexico, Southern California, the region from the Gulf Coast to Illinois a...

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Woolly mammoths lived in Europe, Northern Asia, Africa, parts of Mexico and North America. They roamed the Earth during the period commonly known as the Ice Age.

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Shrews live in most parts of North America, from Georgia and central Nebraska in the U.S. to Nova Scotia and southern Saskatchewan in Canada. They thrive in marshes,woodlands and along the borders of fields.

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