Recent Sightings are nature reports from the greater Muskegon (Michigan) area. But the BIRD AND SNAKE above were not in Muskegon. This photo was taken April 16 while some of us club members were birding around southeast Texas. In a marsh at the Sabine NWR in western Louisiana, an American Bittern had difficulty with a snake it its beak. For a while it was unclear who would prevail, but eventually the bird had the snake for lunch. View our club's home page.
At the bottom of this page find Zachary DeBruine's latest BirdTrax gadget listing all eBird sightings of the last two weeks within 15 miles of downtown Muskegon.
To see all the details in some of the pictures, right-click them. From the mini-list choose "Open link in new window". In that window click the picture for actual size, often too big to fit your monitor. Scroll around to appreciate all the details. Then click again to see the entire picture.
Two Weeks of Sightings Within 15 Miles of Muskegon
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