Vol XVI – #195 – Meggen’s Monday

Report #5667 Photo: LR_10-10-16

 

TLR-20161010-heron Breakwater Sunset-5378

6:00 am ~ 44° ~ Clear – Wind: S SE at 8 mph ~ Humidity: 96%
Sunrise is at 7:53 am ~ Ave. Low is 41° ~ Record Low is 25° (1996)
 2:45 pm – 64° ~ Sunny ~ Wind: Northeast at 6 mph ~ Humidity: 54%
Sunset is at 7:06 pm ~ Ave. High is 59° ~ Record High is 80° (2011)
Moonphase: Waxing Gibbous ~ Pressure: 30.33 in ~ Dew Point: 46° ~ Visibility: 10 Miles
Daylight: 11 Hrs 14 Mns
Forecast for 10/11/16 – PM Showers – High: 67° – Low: 60°

Vol XVI - #194 - How About Those Apples
Vol XVI - #196 - Cloudy and a Little Warmer, No Color

TLR-20161010-5248-salmon Jump Dam

A perfect, crisp, clear fall day is here… perfect for watching various wildlife in Leland harbor: salmon swimming and jumping upriver, heron swooping over the breakwater, gulls flying about. Best wishes on this Columbus Day/Indigenous Peoples Day!

TLR-20161010-people Breakwater Sunset-5345

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John Frank
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Wonderful pictures. The picture of the flying heron beautifully shows its curved neck (curved to support its heavy head; cranes fly with their necks straight). This is a good time of year to photograph herons and cranes as they congregate at various locations to fatten up in cornfields in preparation for their annual migration south.

Dick, in Rankin
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Meggen certainly knows how to be at the right place at the right time!, & what to do when she gets there!.

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