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Headed home

April 7, 2013
Minot Daily News
Kim Fundingsland/MDN
Canada geese had been staging in large numbers south of Minot recently. Earlier this week the large migrants could be seen by the hundreds along open water on the Souris River between Burlington and Baker’s Bridge. Canada geese are among the earliest and most visible migrating birds each spring. Mallard ducks and northern shovelers have also been returning north in recent days. A variety of smaller birds, such as robins and northern flickers, have also begun to show up in good numbers, bringing with them the hope that warmer weather can’t be too far away.
 
 
 

 

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