Photo feature: Stopping for a bite

Posted: Thursday, August 05, 2004

A pair of greater yellowlegs scavenge the mud alongside Funny River on Wednesday afternoon. The birds spend their summers in southern Alaska and northern Canada and then winter in the southern states, the West Coast and Mexico.



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