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The Return Migration

Unlike the migration last fall, there won’t be any massed swarms of birds suddenly pouring into the area.  Instead there will be a flock of Canadian Geese.

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Or some Sandhill Cranes…

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Or some Mallards…   

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Or a special guest appearance by a Bald Eagle.  While Bald Eagles have become prevalent in Wisconsin, I don’t know of any living here and this is only the third one I’ve sighted while hiking at Lake Kegonsa.

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Many of the other small birds are also beginning to return as the temperatures rise and the snow melts.

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