Kellogg Bird Sanctuary

Just down the road from Wall Lake exists a treasure.  The Michigan State University W. K. Kellogg Biological Station Bird Sanctuary.

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Look at Mr. Fancy Pants trying to impress his girlfriend.

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Hummingbird in nest at Wall Lake.

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Mr. Fancy Pants is a show-off.

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Mr. Fancy Pants requests corn from the camera man.

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We have so much in common.

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Maybe they won't see us.

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In 1982 Joe Johnson, a biologist at the Kellogg Bird Sanctuary, surveyed Wall Lake's wetlands and testified in court about their immense value to Wall Lake.  Joe's research, and his testimony in court, helped protect our wetlands, and Wall Lake, from disaster.

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So long and thanks for all the corn!