November 30, 2013
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Thriving: Cultivated suburban gardens have helped ruby-throated hummingbirds.
Declining: Brown thrashers disappeared entirely from the Lower Berkshire Hills.
Derrick Z. Jackson/Globe staff
Thriving: Wild turkeys are the state's biggest success story of native bird species.
Declining: The common loon increased their breeding distribution, but chick survival rate is low.
Declining: Mass Audubon describes the Eastern meadowlark as "imperiled" due to loss of grasslands.
Declining: American kestrels are disappearing all over the state, and are almost gone from Cape Cod.
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