ST. LOUIS — Floaters and hikers of the Current and Jacks Fork rivers in the Ozarks of southeast Missouri may be lucky enough to see a small, sky-blue bird called the cerulean warbler. It has the dubious distinction of being the fastest disappearing member of the warbler family.
Cerulean warbler's breeding grounds protected in Ozarks
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