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Miles and miles of acorns
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Acorns by the thousands cover this sidewalk along Second Street in Kenedy Monday, the result of an unusually abundant winter season. The acorn, or oak nut, is the nut of oak trees and their close relatives. Wildlife which eat acorns as an important part of their diets include birds, such as jays, pigeons, some ducks, and several species of woodpeckers. Small mammals that feed on acorns include mice, squirrels and several other rodents.
Joe Baker photo Acorns by the thousands cover this sidewalk along Second Street in Kenedy Monday, the result of an unusually abundant winter season. The acorn, or oak nut, is the nut of oak trees and their close relatives. Wildlife which eat acorns as an important part of their diets include birds, such as jays, pigeons, some ducks, and several species of woodpeckers. Small mammals that feed on acorns include mice, squirrels and several other rodents.
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Joe Baker photo

Acorns by the thousands cover this sidewalk along Second Street in Kenedy Monday, the result of an unusually abundant winter season. The acorn, or oak nut, is the nut of oak trees and their close relatives. Wildlife which eat acorns as an important part of their diets include birds, such as jays, pigeons, some ducks, and several species of woodpeckers. Small mammals that feed on acorns include mice, squirrels and several other rodents.
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