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Black Rosy-Finch nest site (red circle) in the Uinta Mountains, Utah.

Black Rosy-Finch nest site

Black Rosy-Finch nest site (red circle) in the Uinta Mountains, Utah. Maureen Ryan sets up a climbing anchor so she can hang with her hands free and swing across the cliff face to pass the nestlings to David McDonald for leg banding and blood-sampling.

Credit: David B. McDonald, University of Wyoming

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