Wood ducks look for a late meal as the sun sets Thursday at Cosumnes River Preserve in Galt. Part of the Pacific Flyway, the nature preserve covers 46,000 acres with miles of trails and boardwalks for walking and spotting more than 250 species.
Wood ducks look for a late meal as the sun sets Thursday at Cosumnes River Preserve in Galt. Part of the Pacific Flyway, the nature preserve covers 46,000 acres with miles of trails and boardwalks for walking and spotting more than 250 species. Sue Morrow smorrow@sacbee.com
Wood ducks look for a late meal as the sun sets Thursday at Cosumnes River Preserve in Galt. Part of the Pacific Flyway, the nature preserve covers 46,000 acres with miles of trails and boardwalks for walking and spotting more than 250 species. Sue Morrow smorrow@sacbee.com

Winter’s for the birds in Sacramento area

January 03, 2015 03:05 PM

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