I had to make a run up to Marquette County and did some general birding. I found a place where birds were coming and going at a water source and took a few images to share. Flocks of birds were coming through. A large flock of Sandhill Cranes circling above along with some gliding Turkeys Vultures hanging in the area. A large flock of Bluebirds hung around for a few minutes but none stopped for a drink. Some exciting action! Images were taken on October 6, 2015.
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