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Following an internal clock, water fowl have begun spring migration and Cheyenne Bottoms, filled with plenty of water, is a stopping point on the trip north.
The spring migration will continue to grow more and more spectacular through the first part of May, until at its height, hundreds of thousands of birds will rest on the water there.
Currently, northern pintail, northern shoveliers, American widgeons, mallards, shorebirds such as sandhill cranes, and killdeer are at the 41,000 acre basin that is Cheyenne Bottoms along with thousands of snow geese, some great blue herons, snowy owls and American kestrel, as ...

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