Scene in Edmonds: Marsh madness

From Ken Sjodin, herons frolic at the Edmonds Marsh.
  1. The ratio of daylight/darkness is currently about the same as it is in the spring. This induces temporary mating and territorial behavior in some birds which will go away as the hours of daylight decrease.

  2. Thank you Ken. I had some great photos of Herons playing the other day too and there and saw at least six, but hadn’t time to download. Great pics. The water level is perfect right now.

    Tuesday night, City Council we will have another review and potential decision on the Shoreline Master Program.

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