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Celebrate the peak of spring migration with May bird festivals

7:35 AM, Apr. 29, 2014
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Dawn at High Cliff State Park chimes with the beautiful songs of hundreds of newly arrived migrant birds traveling north along the eastern shore of Lake Winnebago.

Along the water's edge, dozens of colorful wood warblers dance among the bare branches in flashy yellow, lime green, blue, chestnut and orange. Scarlet tanagers, handsomely dressed in stunning red and black, warble from the forest trees along the ledge.

Turkey vultures sweep and circle on thermals rising from the limestone in the morning heat, while an osprey glides effortlessly along shore, poised to dive into Winnebago's sea ...

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