The vibrancy of color at the marsh is fading slightly. Amid the blooming water lilies, goldenrod, maple and river birch, the eye can see that the surroundings are starting to deflate a bit. There are ripe seed heads and dried grasses. Late summer in these neck of the woods means little rain. The sun is rising later, and setting earlier. Fall flights of blue-wing teal and wood ducks will soon be starting to filter through the Mississippi flyway. The anticipation has Trapper and I giddy. We will be making more walks through the marsh until about the first week of December. Here is what it looks like today -
Until the next time! Cheers!