ROV Migration A May 10, 2004-- Birders stand shoulder-to-shoulder as they train their binoculars toward the trees while looking for songbirds on the boardwalk at Magee Marsh Monday morning. With the migration in full swing, Magee is once again a hotspot for birds and birders. Blade photo by Andy Morrison MORRISON / BLADE PHOTOEnlarge
Bird watchers are shoulder to shoulder on the boardwalk at Magee Marsh Wildlife Area as they train their binoculars on trees while trying to spot songbirds. With the spring migration in full swing, the 2,000-acre site 25 miles east of Toledo along Lake Erie is a hot spot for birds and birders alike. The boardwalk is open year-round from dawn to dusk.
ROV Migration B May 10, 2004-- A snowy egret showing off beautiful breeding plumage looks for a meal at Magee Marsh Monday morning . The spring migration is in full swing along the Northcoast. Blade photo by Andy Morrison MORRISON / BLADE PHOTOEnlarge
A snowy egret in breeding hunts a meal.
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