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Wetlands Updates

Finally, I am getting around to getting out to the Wetlands a bit more regularly. I always look forward to cold mornings when there are just a few humans on the paths. We nod at each other and sometimes share our stories of who we have been seeing. It is a kind of quiet community, and I would venture to say, one that brings some peace to many of us worrying about the current state of things. While we may not know what is coming, one thing I am sure about is my commitment to keep sharing and hoping more humans pay attention. Click on pictures to enlarge.

Not a great a picture, but I wanted to share this because I think this bald eagle couple might be contemplating a nest here. This would be a wonderful addition to the wetlands, and it looks like good real estate!

Bald eagles

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Northern Harrier trying to outmaneuver a group of sandpipers and a killdeer. They got away.

Northern Harrier

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Deer and coyotes.

Deer

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Coyote

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Coyote

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Bluebirds, goldfinches, and herons, oh my.

Eastern bluebird

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Eastern bluebird

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American goldfinch

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American goldfinch

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Great blue heron

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Great blue heron

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Wakarusa Wetlands

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Occupy the Wakarusa Wetlands

Every picture I post this week will be from the area of the Wakarusa Wetlands that will be obliterated by the SLT. I have hundreds of pictures of hundreds of species who will be displaced and/or killed by greed and indifference.

This will be gone.

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