As a reminder from last week, Pennsylvanians boast 819,635 acres of forest in just two "entities," one national and one state. I'm proud of you - I knew you'd get Allegheny National Forest (514,185 acres) as the national entity but a lot of you also know that Sproul State Forest is the largest of our state forests at 305,450 acres. (And of course you already know that it was our first state forest.)
Small but mighty, that little Nolde Forest bluebird is remarkable for any number of reasons. Which astonishing "fact" is not true: (a) male bluebirds are ventriloquists (they sing with their mouths closed); (b) a bluebird can spot a mealworm at 50 yards; or (c) bluebird nests are built by the males.
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