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  • Nest of a Diuca Finch on the Quelccaya Ice Cap of Peru. It is among the highest-elevation nesting birds in the Western Hemisphere, if not the highest, at about 5,300 meters or more than 17,000 feet.
    Douglas Hardy, UMass Amherst
    Nest of a Diuca Finch on the Quelccaya Ice Cap of Peru. It is among the highest-elevation nesting birds in the Western Hemisphere, if not the highest, at about 5,300 meters or more than 17,000 feet.
  • Spencer Hardy, now a high school freshman, was in grade school when he followed his curiosity to learn more about bird nests his father found high in the Andes of Peru.With is Dad, he co-authored a paper in a scientific journal about what they discovered.
    Douglas Hardy, UMass Amherst
    Spencer Hardy, now a high school freshman, was in grade school when he followed his curiosity to learn more about bird nests his father found high in the Andes of Peru.With is Dad, he co-authored a paper in a scientific journal about what they discovered.
  • Spencer Hardy
    Douglas Hardy, UMass Amherst
    Spencer Hardy
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