Readers report

On the subject of birds (and other critters) seen for the first time this spring, Ted and Jenni Worden of Superior report spotting a pair of wood ducks in a small pond as they drove through the Superior Municipal Forest on Monday afternoon. A few feet down the road, they saw a porcupine. They also saw a large flock of hooded mergansers off of Park Point in Duluth. And they’ve seen turkey vultures flying over Thompson HIll for the past couple of weeks.

Thanks for your observations … what are the rest of you seeing? I’d love to hear about it at jlundy@duluthnews.com. Pictures are welcome, too.

 


2 thoughts on “Readers report

  1. I spotted six Tundra Swans flying over my yard on Tuesday April 14th in far Western Duluth. In addition, the last several days I have observed Robins, Red-Winged Blackbirds, and have heard what may have been an American Kestrel.

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