A beautiful, mild July day with good company and great birds! Bobolinks, Horned Larks and shorebirds were highlights.
A highlight of the walk was an Acadian Flycatcher feeding her nestlings.
Peak is mostly a very open area. Prepare for sun and bring a water bottle.
I have written a few stories and included some of my photography. I'll gladly share my pictures of these beautiful birds to help show everyone what we need to admire and protect!
Above: Cleveland Lakefront Nature Preserve, Cleveland Ohio, Cleveland Port Authority, February 2016. Photos by Alice Merkel. Explore the entire Cleveland Lakefront Nature Preserve photo album here.
The breeding season is in full swing now, with young American Robins and Red-winged Blackbirds everywhere, and fledglings of other species scattered about.
New to birding? You will be amazed how much you can learn in this friendly group.
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