Made a trip back to Horicon Marsh for the fall migration. Foggy, rainy, but the drought is noticable, so it was a good thing. Got to see quite a number of Canada geese, but also Sandhill cranes (love their calls), various ducks, and raptors, plus a pair of either Tundra or Trumpter swans. Wasn't close enough to determine, even with a high-power spotting scope. Not many people around, which was enjoyable. Locals said the fall migration this year has not been masses at a time, but in and out in groups.
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