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Marsilea quadrifolia (Marsilea polycarpa), nearer view
Marsilea quadrifolia (Marsilea polycarpa)
Marsilea
Marsh Wren's
Marsh west of Mud Lake where ducks, phalaropes, coots, rails, godwits, grebes, marsh wrens, svannah and bairds sparrows nest
Marsh west of Mud Lake where ducks, phalaropes, cooks, rails, godwits, grebes, marsh wrens, and sparrows nest
Marsh, Spinulose and Crested Sheild Fern
Marsh Shield Fern
Marsh Sheild fern and Linnaea borealis
Marsh Sheild Fern
Marsh on Wolf Lake
Marshland Homes - Fur Bearing Animals
Marshland Homes
Marsh Hawks, young
Marsh Hawks, young
Marsh Hawks, young
Marsh Hawks, young
Marsh Hawks transferring mouse, painting by Walter J. Breckenridge
Marsh Hawks transferring mouse
Marsh Hawks transferring mouse
Marsh Hawks transferring mouse
Marsh Hawks transferring mouse
Marsh Hawks transferring mouse
Marsh Hawk painting by Walter J. Breckenridge
Marsh Hawk nest, three young, three eggs hatching
Marsh Hawk nest and six eggs
Marsh Hawk nest and six eggs
Marsh Hawk nest and six eggs
Marsh Hawk nest and six eggs
Marsh Hawk nest and six eggs
Marsh Hawk nest and eggs
Marsh Hawk nest and eggs
Marsh Hawk nest and eggs
Marsh Hawk nest and eggs
Marsh Hawk nest and eggs
Marsh Hawk, male and female, illustration from Albert Kenrick Fisher, "The hawks and owls of the University States in their rela
Marsh Hawk, juvenile, painting by Walter J. Breckenridge
Marsh Hawk habitat
Marsh Hawk habitat
Marsh Hawk habitat
Marsh Hawk, graph showing number of feedings
Marsh Hawk, feeding curve calculated for entire nest period, chart
Marsh Hawk, chart showing number of captures and transfers
Marsh Hawk, chart showing kinds and weights of food
Marsh Hawk adult at nest, side view
Marsh Hawk adult at nest, front view
Marsh Harrier, juvenile in nest
Marsh Harrier, juvenile and nest
Marshes adjacent to the La Venta archaeological zone in Northwest Tabasco state, Mexico. Note Cyperus giganteus similar to Cyperus Papyrus
Marshes adjacent to the La Venta archaeological zone in Northwest Tabasco state, Mexico. Note Cyperus giganteus similar to Cyperus Papyrus