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Rob Zimmer: Journeys of migrant birds converge on Tri-Rivers Nature Area

9:19 AM, Apr. 8, 2014
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The amber glow of the rising sun gently spreads across the marshes and woodland edge, the morning air an explosive chorus of bird song. The loud bugling of sandhill cranes echoes over the marshland while the yelping of hundreds of tundra swans drifts through the skies as wedges of birds high overhead slowly circle down to the open water.

Red-winged blackbirds trill musically from their cattail perches, while cardinals burst into siren song from the treetops.

Across the road in the woodlands, the scratching and chortling of wild turkeys can be heard as a large flock moves through the brush at ...

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