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Fall Migration Has Begun

| birds, feeding, Migration
14 Aug 2011


 Greater Yellowlegs feeding on the shore of Lake Windermere,
July 29th , 2011    Photo by Larry Halverson

Greater Yellowlegs are one of the early migrants  passing through the Columbia Valley. Leaving their subarctic breeding grounds they’ll feed on small aquatic and terrestrial invertebrates, small fish, frogs, in wetlands as they move to their winter grounds in southern USA and South America. The autumn movement through our area peaks from mid August till September.

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