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Sunday, April 12, 2015

Lousiana Waterthrush

Over the last few days I have noticed several Louisiana Waterthrushes along Catoctin Creek, not far from the Park and Nature Center.  These cheerful little birds are always fun to observe and photograph...




In spite of their name, they are members of the warbler family and are usually seen near flowing water.

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