12 days ago - By Karen Casebeer Photography

    We all know what a wonderful resource the Boardman Lake is to our community. I especially love going to Logan's Landing to watch all the waterfowl that visit the south end.
    During the fall and spring migrations, waterfowl use the lake as a stopover point. Last May, I saw these American White Pelicans floating on the Boardman. Who would've thought, pelicans in Michigan?
    In the winter, some waterfowl live on the lake because it's one of the few bodies of stable, open water. In February, this Double-Crested Cormorant showed off its hooked beak as it stood on a log near the shoreline.
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