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Saturday, July 20, 2019

Dancing on Waterfalls

Here is a blog post I made about one year ago on another blog that I manage...


Dancing on a waterfall, the Louisiana waterthrush energetically picks at some insect in swiftly moving waters at the edge of a steep and high rock face. 

If not for its wings, perching at the ledge over the biggest waterfall in the Pine Creek Gorge would seem a precarious and daring feat. 

But, this is the Louisiana waterthrush; the bird that dances on waterfalls in the heart of the northern forest.

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