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I’m sure in her glory days she killed birds. We did, however, live in a densely populated area, where rare and endangered wildlife was extremely unusual, so it’s possible she never affected conservation efforts negatively (we saw mostly pigeons, crows, and ducks in our area—songbirds were rare).
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