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Spring migration

Uploaded by: ichbinhier

Thursday May 2, 2013

Marine City, MI (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: **Today I watched thousands of these tiny fish swimming upstream along the river's edge toward the lake, still 25 miles distance.**

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Orientation: top - left

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Metering Mode: Pattern

Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode.

Focal Length: 29.5 mm

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16. ichbinhier
12:38 AM GMT on May 05, 2013
Thanks very much for your help, Leeroy!
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15. LeeroyOfBlackburrow
9:34 PM GMT on May 04, 2013
Nice pic!

Those do look like Shiners. There are many species: try Notropis genera such as species maculatus. Many don't even have common names.

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14. ichbinhier
10:40 PM GMT on May 03, 2013
Thanks, Brenda!

I'm still searching for information, haven't found any, yet. DNR no help, as usual.
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13. dosrios
9:45 PM GMT on May 03, 2013
What a great shot, will be interested in what these are.....and the percentages that make it.
Congratulations on another AC!
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12. ichbinhier
1:42 PM GMT on May 03, 2013
Thanks to all for such great response to this photo.

Follow-up note:

I am going to find out what fish they are and what their life cycle is.
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11. visionaire
4:27 AM GMT on May 03, 2013
Not only did you capture an extraordinary act of nature, but you did it with artistry! Congratulations on your AC!
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10. CythiaSue
4:13 AM GMT on May 03, 2013
Great photo!
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9. Olbetsy
4:09 AM GMT on May 03, 2013
Awesome shot! Interesting and nicely composed!
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8. gardner48197
2:32 AM GMT on May 03, 2013
Great capture, love it!! AC Congrats!!
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7. Bugmon
2:29 AM GMT on May 03, 2013
I like lots !
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6. YouKnowWho
2:07 AM GMT on May 03, 2013
Fantastic colorful capture of this phenomenon!
AC congrats!
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5. luvne32
12:51 AM GMT on May 03, 2013
Doerthe - Are these fish that ultimately return to the ocean? I guess not likely given you live in MI. They remind me of Snosno's herring going up the herring run.
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4. Kennebunker
12:40 AM GMT on May 03, 2013
Well done! You had a terrific POV, and the results are terrific, Doerthe. Kudos, and AC congratulations to you!
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3. tomekandjola
12:13 AM GMT on May 03, 2013
Amazing capture, superb light and pattern.
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2. ichbinhier
11:53 PM GMT on May 02, 2013
I am in awe of their ability to swim up river where the current is four mph. They are only 3 or 4 inches long and they follow each other.

Thanks for your response to this photo, Happysnappy!
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1. Happysnappy
11:46 PM GMT on May 02, 2013
I love how you've captured their motion. Isn't it amazing how far they will go?
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