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$200 Nature Photography Contest (Share Your Best Nature Photo)

Reply To: $50 Cashprize Wildlife Photography Contest – Ending 2/13/18

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Michele Gabris
Participant

Marsh WrenMarsh Wren
Harrison Twp. MI
In the early evening as the sun begins its drop into the western sky, Point Rosa Marsh is thunderous with songs from the resident marsh wrens and other swamp life hidden deep within the safety of the dense cattail reeds. Scanning my surroundings for any movement in hopes to catch a glimpse of this shielded noise maker, I am quickly rewarded with an acrobatic show of agility as he balances between two reeds and calls to his mate. His call is answered breaking the moment and he flies back into the comfort of his surroundings. All that remains is the thundering melody of nature deep inside the bog.