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Spring in the marsh

by 30 Mile Admin

Spring paddle, June 4

Spring paddle

What a wonderful place to be in the spring! The marshes and their woody edges along the north end of Upper Klamath Lake are filled with nesting families from warblers to white pelicans. (See this website’s Paddle Sports page) While paddling the last 2 days south of the Rocky Point boat lauch, we saw great blue herons, green and night heron, mallards, woodduck, ring neck duck, western and pied billed grebes, yellow-rumped warbler, Wilson’s warbler, yellow warbler, yellow headed and red winged blackbirds, great egret, Forster’s and black terns, sandhill crane, Lewis woodpecker, song sparrow, marsh wren, cedar waxwing, blackheaded grosbeaks, and white pelicans.

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