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Pelicans seen cruising the Rock Cut

August 1, 2014
Scot Stewart , Mining Journal

Seeing pelicans up north in the Upper Peninsula strikes many as a truly unusual phenomenon. They are usually fitted into scenes coasting over sea green waters near white sandy beaches crowned with palm trees. Yet another U.P. sighting came recently as four or five of the large, graceful black and white birds coasting over U.S. 41 at the Rock Cut in south Marquette recently. This is at least the fourth group seen in the Marquette area this summer. Young birds continue to explore the area north and east of nesting areas in northern Lake Michigan.

 
 

 

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