Blane Klemek column: Getting a peek at some 'secretive species' of birds
Shush, everyone. You're wading in the marsh. It's summertime, the height of the breeding season for all migrant birds. You're surrounded by tall dense stands of green cattails intermixed with last year's growth. Tiny floating plants -- duckweed -- drift lazily about in the brackish water. The boxed-in sensation you feel is surreal.
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