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2016—Sing Your Heart Out

Custer State Park is a quiet and serene place.   This early in the season, before the tourists arrive, there is little traffic in the park and the absence of manmade sounds is very welcome.   Any time of the day there, the most prominent sounds are usually bird calls: the lovely warbling of the Western Meadowlark; the lilting call of the Red-winged Black Bird; the melodic chirp of the Mountain Bluebird.

Western Meadowlark singing.jpg

 

Red Winged Black Bird Singing.jpg

 

Bluebird Singing

One response

  1. Melinda

    I LOVE these images- like the other bluebird photo from the other day. The combination of the crisply focused bird with the soft blur of the background is so beautiful! Is this your 600 again? I think you’ve tamed the beast!

    May 22, 2016 at 6:18 am

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