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Sunday April 14, 2013

Grand Rapids, MN (Current Weather Conditions)

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5. jjulian
11:00 PM GMT on April 14, 2013
I am too...thank you! Such graceful birds they are. First time I've been this close to them.:)
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4. YouKnowWho
10:57 PM GMT on April 14, 2013
I was just going to come in here and tell you I think they're Trumpeters, too...because of the lack of the little spot between the eyes and beaks, showing the eyes and beaks are connected. I'm fairly confident with a Trumpeter ID.
Neat series...they're so pretty!
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3. jjulian
10:54 PM GMT on April 14, 2013
I think they might be trumpeter swans. The Tundra have yellow on the side of their beak and the Trumpeter is the one with the touch of red on its head. :)
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2. jjulian
10:30 PM GMT on April 14, 2013
Is that what they are? Thank you so much for help with this! :)
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1. novembergale
10:26 PM GMT on April 14, 2013
Beautiful Tundra Swans!!!
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My name is Jen and I'm a pediatric home health nurse---which is my first passion. I've lived in Northern Minnesota for three years, and have fallen in love with this beautiful place! My kids are entering adulthood and for the first time in years, I have some time for...(gasp)...a hobby. My son gifted me with a camera (and ongoing photography lessons!)this last year and I have been having a blast. I love this site! Wonderful people, amazing pictures from all over and lots of encouragement to keep learning and improving!

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