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Published: 5/4/2012


The Biggest Week In American Birding at the Magee Marsh Trail

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Marquis Drayton, a senior in Jeff MacKenzie's Biology II class at Whitmer High School,  looks at a Rose-breasted Grosbeak along the Magee Marsh Bird Trail. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Marquis Drayton, a senior in Jeff MacKenzie's Biology II class at Whitmer High School, looks at a Rose-breasted Grosbeak ...
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Whitmer High School seniors Nate Ellis, left, and Tyler Welch and BSBO education director Ken Keffer, of Oak Harbor, look up a bird to identify it. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Whitmer High School seniors Nate Ellis, left, and Tyler Welch and BSBO education director Ken Keffer, of Oak Harbor, look ...
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Will Stacer, of Livonia, Michigan, left, and a passel of other birders along the Magee Marsh Bird Trail. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Will Stacer, of Livonia, Michigan, left, and a passel of other birders along the Magee Marsh Bird Trail.
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Jeremy Weaver, of Jackson, Ohio, left, and his five month-old son Samuel along the Magee Marsh Bird Trail. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Jeremy Weaver, of Jackson, Ohio, left, and his five month-old son Samuel along the Magee Marsh Bird Trail.
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Jeremy Weaver, of Jackson, Ohio, left, and his five month-old son Samuel along the Magee Marsh Bird Trail. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Jeremy Weaver, of Jackson, Ohio, left, and his five month-old son Samuel along the Magee Marsh Bird Trail.
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Ken Schmidt, of Orlando, Fla., on his fourth visit to  the Magee Marsh Bird Trail, left, and Chris Batty, of Manchester, England. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ken Schmidt, of Orlando, Fla., on his fourth visit to the Magee Marsh Bird Trail, left, and Chris Batty, of ...
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Ken Keffer and Ciera Whitt, a junior, and senior Alex Gillen release the Gray Catbird after it was banded. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ken Keffer and Ciera Whitt, a junior, and senior Alex Gillen release the Gray Catbird after it was banded.
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Whitmer High School students Marquis Drayton, left, Tyler Welch, and Nate Ellis, all seniors, examine a Gray Catbird. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Whitmer High School students Marquis Drayton, left, Tyler Welch, and Nate Ellis, all seniors, examine a Gray Catbird.
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Ken Keffer, of Oak Harbor and the Education Director of the BSBO, left, with a Gray Catbird which is being banded and Whitmer High senior Taylor Ellis. Enlarge Ken Keffer, of Oak Harbor and the Education Director of the BSBO, left, with a Gray Catbird which is being ...
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Ken Keffer, of Oak Harbor and the Education Director of the BSBO, left, with a Gray Catbird, Whitmer High School junior Erica Wingate, center, and Whitmer HIgh senior Taylor Ellis. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ken Keffer, of Oak Harbor and the Education Director of the BSBO, left, with a Gray Catbird, Whitmer High School ...
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Whitmer High School students in Jeff MacKenzie's Biology II class Marquis Drayton, left, Tyler Welch, and Nate Ellis, all seniors, watch as BSBO education director Ken Keffer, of Oak Harbor, blows on a Gray Catbird to show where its extra fat for travel would be visible. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Whitmer High School students in Jeff MacKenzie's Biology II class Marquis Drayton, left, Tyler Welch, and Nate Ellis, all seniors,...
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