Over the last three years, they've been slowly coming out of hiding and making themselves known among the humans of New Fairfield. But, of course, I'm talking about specific species of birds and animals that are tired of cowering in the forests and fields of this sleepy Connecticut town of 13,800.

These critters are craving the attention they believe they deserve by raising their voices as they cautiously emerge from the forests, fields, and streams. They're turning up in numbers on front lawns, ponds, and driveways of New Fairfield residents demanding to be heard.

Should we be concerned? Are they planning a battle strategy to take over? Follow me on a pictorial adventure of the birds and animals fighting for their right to party!

Birds and Animals Come Out of Hiding in the Town of New Fairfield

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