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Re(1): Approachable Merlin Yesterday

There were two young Merlins practicing their attack flights this morning. They took turns swooping down over some Hooded Mergansers in cell 4, getting so close that the mergansers dove to avoid being grazed. When some Mallards flew by, one of the Merlins gave chase. Once it had caught up, it swung its legs down and tried to poke a Mallard in the head with its talons. Both Merlins then flew west, playfully divebombing each other as they went along.

There were two young Green Herons at the west side of cell 4. One was hunting grasshoppers on the roadway and the other was near the water's edge, probably looking for frogs.

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