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Beauty from a Bike - Fall Migration Continues

Nov 03, 2014 01:05PM ● Published by Dave Edwards

The fall waterfowl migration is in full swing. The most obvious species is the Canada goose, although there are plenty of ducks, sandhill cranes, and swans still hanging around the Horicon Marsh. Now in its fourth generation, a family tradition is to head out to the Horicon Marsh to hike, view the wildlife, and to enjoy the outdoors. This event is often followed up with a stop for a delicious apple treat. The kids seem to prefer caramel apples while I go for the good stuff, apple turnovers! There is still time to pack the family up and visit the fall migration on the Horicon Marsh. Enjoy! [Fall image captured at the Horicon National Wildlife Refuge along Highway 49 east of Waupun]  

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