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Spring Waterfowl

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In the DL area most everything is still covered in snow and ice. The only open water is that which is moving. The ducks have started to come in to the area, but only the typical early migrants. I'm hoping for a much more diverse mix as the migration heats up. Here are a few shots from this weekend.

Pair of drake Common Mergansers

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Lone drake Common Merganser

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The three together on the water

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Incoming Mallard Trio

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Just a Pair

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Good stuff, Mike! Send them northeast! Well, we did see mergansers and geese and goldeneyes along the open water of the harbor side of Park Point in Duluth yesterday. smile

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Good stuff, Mike! Send them northeast! Well, we did see mergansers and geese and goldeneyes along the open water of the harbor side of Park Point in Duluth yesterday. smile

If a person had enough lens and a lot of patience the harbor side of Park Point would be a great place for a lot of the year.

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The first and second images stand out for me. Your Copyright logo seems a bit large however and distracts my eye a bit, but I understand why you do it.

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