At the bird feeder (birds ). Photo by yoopergirl66
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At the bird feeder

Uploaded by: yoopergirl66

Saturday May 18, 2013

wetmore, MI (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: This beautiful Baltimore Oriole was at my Hummingbird feeder this morning! The hummingbirds have been few and far between visits, so he can drink all he wants.

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About yoopergirl66

yoopergirl66

I live in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. This is a place of extreme contrasts. The weather here is really spectacular, as is the Hiawatha National Forest. Since the first time I visited this place, I always wanted to live here. Now I do.

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