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Teal time at local wetlands

May 3, 2014
By GARRY BRANDENBURG , Times-Republican

BLUE-WINGED TEAL are just one of more than a dozen species of waterfowl that move through Iowa each spring during migration. They are fun to watch. Use good binoculars or a spotting scope to close the distance. Then smile as you see the behavior of the species unfold as males and females go through the courtship rituals prior to nesting. Hendrickson Marsh located west of Rhodes is just one excellent place to observe all kinds of ducks.

 
 

 

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