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BIRDWATCHING

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From hawk-shooting hotspot to hilltop birdwatching reserve, the 50th anniversary celebrates conservation victory.
I have been lucky to take advantage of this migration and have spent many hours bellied out on the shoreline targeting the numerous species of shorebirds that have taken a recess and a lunch break on the many potholes and sloughs of North Dakota.
Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge is located about 31 miles north of Jamestown.
Many species have settled into the nesting season and many others already have fledglings and chicks on the ground.
The bird was spotted in Carlton County, more than 1,000 miles out of range.
Elementary school students name chicks

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It can be a difficult time for the wildlife photographer because seldom does one have the chance to chase more than one species at a time.
As the migration begins to settle down, the resident birds will begin to breed. June is often full of nest building, egg hatching and chick fledgling
April really is a beautiful time of year. With the large flocks of ducks and geese working across the landscape, I’ve had ample opportunity for photos. Waterfowl are my favorite, after all, so you could say I ‘dabble’ with ducks.

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