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April 30, 2010


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I love that 2nd photo. The colors of the bird's feathers jump out.


What's the bird on top of the box? I'm new to this area as you can guess by this possibly stupid question :)


Birding is such a fine art. This looks like a fantastic way to spend some time this spring!


My kids would LOVE this! They can spy a nature boardwalk from miles away!

Dominique King

Wandermom and Cate-I loved that little birdie, but I have no clue as to what type of bird it is. Anyone else know?

Wanderluster-I'm not a birder, but these refuges are nice places for a walk or casual photo taking for us.

Jen-This refuge has some nice trails...the boardwalk at neighboring Magee Marsh is even nicer IMHO. In both cases, the trails cover easy terrain with some variety. The kids probably would love it, and the shortness of some of the trails make them easily accessible for the littlest ones as well :)


The bird look like a barn swollow

Dominique King

Dennis-I think you're right...as someone else told me that as well. Thanks for stopping by!

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