Double-crested cormorants on East Sand Island near the Columbia River mouth in 2007. 
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Double-crested cormorants on East Sand Island near the Columbia River mouth in 2007.
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These are birds

A lot of birds

They have cool feathers.


Sean Sullivan is a contributing editor at Wine Enthusiast magazine. He tastes hundreds of bottles each week, but he says cans are becoming big business across the U.S.
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Sean Sullivan is a contributing editor at Wine Enthusiast magazine. He tastes hundreds of bottles each week, but he says cans are becoming big business across the U.S.
Credit: ANNA KING/NW NEWS NETWORK

these are bottles.

a lot of bottles.

so many bottles.

Cormorants returned to the Astoria Bridge to roost at nightfall on June 3, 2019.
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Cormorants returned to the Astoria Bridge to roost at nightfall on June 3, 2019.
Credit: Timothy Lawes

this is a bridge

and there are those birds again

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When asked how far along the design for the convention center expansion is, Griffin drew a simple rectangle on a pad of paper. "We haven't started yet," he said.
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When asked how far along the design for the convention center expansion is, Griffin drew a simple rectangle on a pad of paper. "We haven't started yet," he said.
Credit: KUOW Photo/Joshua McNichols


this is a picture of a square

on a rectangle notbook

Gilles Nicault, head winemaker at Long Shadows winery in Walla Walla, says quality wine in the can could surprise consumers and make new Northwest wine fans.
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Gilles Nicault, head winemaker at Long Shadows winery in Walla Walla, says quality wine in the can could surprise consumers and make new Northwest wine fans.
Credit: ANNA KING / NW News Network



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