24 Hours on Lake Superior!

Lake Superior is a great place to spend time. Over the past twenty four hours I have watched the rise of the Super Moon at Canal Park, the sunrise at the mouth of the Lester River, and a small flock of immature Sanderlings working the Park Point shoreline in search of food. These little shore birds spend most of their lives migrating … south to north … a few weeks on the Arctic Ocean shores … then north to south. Repeat. For a few days they are now visiting via Duluth, a stopover on their way south to the Gulf Coast.

Duluth … my kind of place!

Super Moon rises out over Lake Superior at Canal Park
Super-Moon-2 Super-Moon-3b

———-

Lester River Lake Superior Sunrise
Lester-River-Sunrise

———-

Sanderlings on Minnesota Point
Y2-M09-Sanderling-07 Y2-M09-Sanderling-10-pair Y2-M09-Sanderling-01
Y2-M09-Sanderlings-2-bathY2-M09-Sanderlings-3-duoY2-M09-Sanderlings-4-flock

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *