Windblown!

For the 3rd day in a row, high winds blasted the Duluth end of Lake Superior. For a change, however, we got some sun! Winds of 25 to 40 mph make birding difficult. Thus I returned the to the Superior, Wisconsin entry to the harbor.  In the second of the two photographs, the Baie St. Paul, out in the windblow lake, awaits her turn at the Superior Ore Docks.

When I got home, I was pleased to find a white-throated sparrow in my own yard. I think this bird was posing for a field guide … showing off its defining features!

Superior Entry Lighthouse
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White-Throated Sparrow
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