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Green-Winged Teals

This gallery contains 2 photos. A male Green-Winged Teal enjoys the calm waters of Piper Spit/Burnaby Lake. Only at Burnaby Lake can we see these diminutive dabbling ducks (the smallest in North America) literally 126 more words


Autumn Along the Pend Oreille River

Fall has come to the valley once ravaged by Glacial Lake Missoula.


Whistlers on Wednesday

I spotted some Black-bellied Whistlers lounging around the banks of a small backyard pond the other day and snapped these pictures.  This is a pond that I have occasionally stopped at in the past couple of years.   51 more words

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Our Old Friends, The Mallards, Are Back!

Mallard Ducks have returned to the area and I sure am glad.  Some here in Florida dislike the Mallard Ducks because of their interbreeding with our Florida native ducks, the Florida Mottled Duck.   89 more words

Bird Watching

Tests On Ducks Could Provide Early Warning On Bird Flu

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Wildlife managers in the upper Midwest expect the first results next week from tests that could provide an early warning on whether ducks flying south for the winter are carrying the deadly kind of bird flu that devastated the region’s poultry earlier this year. 479 more words


Fair exhibitors adjust to using stuffed animals instead of live poultry

By Tony Wittkowski | Business Reporter | The Herald Palladium

BERRIEN SPRINGS — There were no feathers this year in the poultry barn at the Berrien County Youth Fair. 770 more words