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Winter Wren

This morning there was a Winter Wren singing along "the chickadee trail" east of Henry Marsh. There were also six Golden-crowned Kinglets, two Brown Creepers, and a few Pine Siskins. At Henry Marsh two Great Blue Herons flew overhead on their way north and a Red-tailed Hawk circled to gain altitude before continuing on its journey. Song Sparrows and Red-winged Blackbirds were singing and a Belted Kingfisher was chattering as it flew around the marsh. The main beaver pond is still mostly frozen over but there is open water around the edges and by the creeks. Four Mallards and a pair of Hooded Mergansers were the only waterfowl seen. A Killdeer was calling at the Bracebridge Ponds. The cells are still iced in except for a small area of open water in cell 3 by the treatment plant. There were 14 Mallards and 16 Canada Geese.

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