The following molting Tree Swallows were photographed along the famous “floating boardwalk” at Horicon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge. The trail can be found along the refuge auto tour loop and is a must for every visit to the marsh.
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2 thoughts on “Molting Tree Swallows Along the Boardwalk”
Nice stop action, Eddie
What an amazing series of shots!