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Spring arrivals: Birding in central Kansas

There are spring migration visitors ay Cheyenne Bottoms. They include seven of the endangered whooping cranes and, as photographer Dan Witt described, “lots of pelicans.”

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If you ever wondered what type of birds are at the Cheyenne Bottoms, right now is the best time to go out and take a look. This time of year draws many birds from all over as they migrate through Kansas on their way to points northward.
“Early spring is a great time to get out and do some bird watching,” Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area Wildlife Manager Jason Wagner said. “Practically every species of bird that migrates to the bottoms is here right now. Even though some will only have a short stay, it is still a great time to ...

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