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The dark gray American dipper can be seen bobbing beside and diving into streams and rivers. The dipper, also called the water ouzel, dives into the water and swims in search of aquatic insects. Thick downy feathers and oil from a preening gland enable this bird to survive the cold waters of Yellowstone.

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