Honoring our Forgotten Avian Veterans
Posted by Beth Anne Quinlan, PhD Avian Sciences on 10/30/2021 to Wild Birds
Did you know that birds were used by the U.S. Military during WWI, WWII, and the Korean Conflict? Read on to learn more about avian heros.
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