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Published: 5/5/2014 - Updated: 2 months ago


Birders reunite in Oak Harbor

Birders lined along the Magee Marsh Wildlife Area boardwalk in Oak Harbor, Ohio on May 5, 2014. The Biggest Week in American Birding, during which time warblers, vireos and other neotropical birds rest and fatten up on the south coast of Lake Erie before finishing their journeys north, brings birders from around the country to the area to bird watch. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW

Benjamin Prowse, of Berkley, Mich., left, Jennifer Dixon, of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., and Jennifer Hollenbeck, of Stockbridge, Mich. on the boardwalk. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Benjamin Prowse, of Berkley, Mich., left, Jennifer Dixon, of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., and Jennifer Hollenbeck, of Stockbridge, Mich. on the ...
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ODNR employees Patrick Baranowski, area manager, left, and Andy Thompson, as they prepare a new sign on the boardwalk for a dedication ceremony to be held Saturday, May10th. Enlarge | Buy This Photo ODNR employees Patrick Baranowski, area manager, left, and Andy Thompson, as they prepare a new sign on the boardwalk for ...
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A birder along the boardwalk.  Enlarge | Buy This Photo A birder along the boardwalk.
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Len Evans, of Pittsburgh, in the back of his car reading a bird-identifier book. This is his third time to Magee Marsh. Bording, he says, Enlarge | Buy This Photo Len Evans, of Pittsburgh, in the back of his car reading a bird-identifier book. This is his third time ...
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A yellow warbler. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A yellow warbler.
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Andy Tata, of Monroe, Mich., verifies the identity of a bird in his book. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Andy Tata, of Monroe, Mich., verifies the identity of a bird in his book.
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Donna Kayne Owen, of Lyndhurst, Ohio, left, and Daniel Parsons, of Anchorage, use a book to help them to identify a bird. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Donna Kayne Owen, of Lyndhurst, Ohio, left, and Daniel Parsons, of Anchorage, use a book to help them to identify a bird.
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Lou Waldock, left, and Tina Gartley, both of Howell, Mich., photographing a green heron as it hunts for food. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Lou Waldock, left, and Tina Gartley, both of Howell, Mich., photographing a green heron as it hunts for food.
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Ann Ellen Tuomey, left, and her husband Jim Tuomey, both of Taos, N.M., look at a warbling vireo. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ann Ellen Tuomey, left, and her husband Jim Tuomey, both of Taos, N.M., look at a warbling vireo.
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Ann Ellen Tuomey, left, and her husband Jim Tuomey, both of Taos, N.M., look at a warbling vireo. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ann Ellen Tuomey, left, and her husband Jim Tuomey, both of Taos, N.M., look at a warbling vireo.
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Neal Hohman, of Marietta, Ohio, on the west side of the boardwalk.  Enlarge | Buy This Photo Neal Hohman, of Marietta, Ohio, on the west side of the boardwalk.
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An eagle sits on a nest above the parking lot for the boardwalk at Magee Marsh. Enlarge | Buy This Photo An eagle sits on a nest above the parking lot for the boardwalk at Magee Marsh.
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A group checks out the nesting American Woodcock near the parking lot of the Magee Marsh boardwalk. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A group checks out the nesting American Woodcock near the parking lot of the Magee Marsh boardwalk.
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A bald eagle sits on a nest above the parking lot for the boardwalk at Magee Marsh. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A bald eagle sits on a nest above the parking lot for the boardwalk at Magee Marsh.
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Robb Clifford, of Englewood, Ohio, left, and John Ritzenthaler, of New Carlisle, Ohio, find a nesting American Woodcock on the ground adjacent to the parking lot of the boardwalk at Magee Marsh.  Enlarge | Buy This Photo Robb Clifford, of Englewood, Ohio, left, and John Ritzenthaler, of New Carlisle, Ohio, find a nesting American Woodcock on the ...
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