[Mnbird] Pics from the 180th St Marsh

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Sun May 15 08:25:27 CDT 2016

I have 100 cliff swallows, young and adult, on the eastern Lake Pepin side of the cabin, basking in the sun on the roof and railing and making short flights since 6:00 am this morning.

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> On May 9, 2016, at 8:17 PM, Roger Schmidt via Mnbird <mnbird at lists.mnbird.net> wrote:
> I've only been birding a few years. I don't remember seeing many Yellow-headed Blackbirds growing up in Eagan. When I heard from a co-worker that that people would gather with binoculars at the marsh on 180th St to see some "yellow headed something or other" she got my attention. I got directions from her and landed there this past Saturday and Sunday to take photos. This "yellow headed something or other" is a bird to love. And I do. What a treat to see and hear something that's been only a distant memory.
> Anyway, here are a few pics I took of that beautiful bird. I have many more to post, If you'd like to stop by at a later date I'll have more. 
> Thanks for looking,
> Rog~
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/7d_ef/albums/72157665780872323
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