One of these days I will see the Yellow-headed blackbird that lives in small colonies here in the Saginaw Bay area of Michigan. I imagine the difficulties in managing a good picture will be equally frustrating and therefore just as desirable.
I visited Crow island on a bright Easter Sunday and found an active pond behind a concrete fabricating facility. How come these hot spots seem to be juxtaposed to the most unlikely neighbors? Tree swallows spun through the air in abundance!
Even the Blue herons didn't seem to mind the cement dust. The fishing must have been great.
And so it went this week...
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