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A windmill stands sentinel in western Red Wing as the sun sets. – photo by Tim Alms1 / 4
Did you know...Between three to four months of age, the juvenile Mallard can finally begin flying as its wings are fully developed for flight. Its bill will soon lose its dark grey coloring and its sex can finally be distinguished by three factors. The bill coloring is yellow in males, black and orange for females. The breast feathers are reddish-brown for males, brown for females. The centre tail feather is curled for males (called a drake feather), straight for females. Photo by Tim Alms2 / 4
Taken on April 25 at Ole Miss Marina, this was the last day the sun was out. Photo by Tim Alms3 / 4
Last week a dandelion basked in the sun and the heat reflected from the building and a parking lot, this week just rain, rain and more rain. Photo by Dave Ender4 / 4

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