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Late afternoon sun strikes the end of the Hoover Reservoir Mudflats boardwalk Saturday, June 10, 2006. The 1,500-foot walkway extends across the northern end of the reservoir at Galena, Ohio. A sanctuary for more than 30 types of migrating bird surrounds the wooden walkway. Birds that most commonly use the Hoover mudflats during their migratory flight include shorebirds such as sandpipers, white pelicans and American avocets. Peregrines and falcons also frequent the site as a food source and resting point.<br />

Late afternoon sun strikes the end of the Hoover Reservoir Mudflats boardwalk Saturday, June 10, 2006. The 1,500-foot walkway extends across the northern end of the reservoir at Galena, Ohio. A sanctuary for more than 30 types of migrating bird surrounds the wooden walkway. Birds that most commonly use the Hoover mudflats during their migratory flight include shorebirds such as sandpipers, white pelicans and American avocets. Peregrines and falcons also frequent the site as a food source and...
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© Gary Gardiner, 2006
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