Although once scarce as hen's teeth, improved water quality at Grand Lake has made them an exciting species to see. They are one of North America's larger birds with wingspans up to nine feet. Some migrate as far away as Mexico.
CELINA - Bird migration, depending upon the species, begins in Mercer County from September and is usually over by November's end. Birds respond to shorter days with diminished light, cooler temperatures, and dwindling crops for a food source. Good parents, they wait until their young mature. [More