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Old 09-19-2013, 03:09 PM   #21
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A trip to Montezuma Swamps and Audubon refuge area south of Syracuse

today i saw-p1590383-001.jpg Juvie Peregrine, likely from Rochester area. We were hoping to find this bird and were thrilled to have succeeded!

today i saw-p1590334.jpg Double-crested Cormorants hanging out on a muskrat den, with the muskrat!

today i saw-p1590306.jpg Gull, don't know which kind

today i saw-p1590299.jpg Great Blue Heron

today i saw-p1590106.jpg Geese, Great Egret, ducks and shorebirds
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A trip to Montezuma Swamps and Audubon refuge area south of Syracuse

Attachment 38275 Juvie Peregrine, likely from Rochester area. We were hoping to find this bird and were thrilled to have succeeded!

Attachment 38276 Double-crested Cormorants hanging out on a muskrat den, with the muskrat!

Attachment 38277 Gull, don't know which kin

Attachment 38278 Great Blue Heron

Attachment 38279 Geese, Great Egret, ducks and shorebirds
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Double-crested Cormorants hanging out on a muskrat den, with the muskrat!
WOW and here I thought you caught a beaver shot.
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We're only a few miles apart yet we remained above freezing along the lake here.
Yes, that lake effect you have is a nice little bonus this time of year.
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