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A Spring Morning at Crex Meadows

We were off to Duluth for a few days and decided to drive though Grantsburg an visit Crex Meadows. As we neared Grantsburg we  saw over a dozen Trumpeter swans in the fields feeding. 226 more words

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Sandhill Cranes Pantoum by Ursula Moeller

Sandhill Cranes, Bosque del Apache

Orion overhead, nature’s cycles,
our sunrise breath hangs smoking
frozen silhouettes reflect in water
like Japanese painting strokes

our sunrise breath hangs smoking… 142 more words

Poetry

Miriam Sagan reblogged this on Miriam's Well: Poetry, Land Art, and Beyond and commented:

One of the most read poems on the blog--Poetry Month #24

Week 13 - Judy

We have a family of Sandhill Cranes in our neighborhood. This little one was busy looking for bugs in the grass when all the sudden he realized he was quite a distance from his parents and its sibling, so he took off running. 30 more words

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Mr. & Mrs. Randolf Scott
Hopefully will be a successful pair and will bring babies to see me sometime soon.
Note: Steve and I witnessed the night that Sir Randolf had his honeymoon and introduced the Mrs. 21 more words

Kissimmee River Fishing Forecast

Nebraska Sandhill Crane Migration Road Trip

One of the items on our bucket list was a visit to the Platte River in Nebraska to view the spring migration of the Sandhill Cranes. 830 more words

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Bosque #5

2016   32″X 52″   Collage, acrylic, ink, pencil, metallic paint, tape and glitter.on paper © All Rights Reserved by Joshua Rose  http://www.joshuaroseart.net/

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