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Workers transplant a baby falcon into the nest on top Red Wing Grain. Photo by Rusty Mathiasmeier 1 / 11
Knee high by the 4th of July? Looks like a good chance of that in this field near the corner of highways 61 and 19 north of Red Wing. Other fields are not doing so well due to the wet weather that delayed planting. — photo by Dave Ender 2 / 11
Knee high by the 4th of July? Looks like a good chance of that in this field near the corner of highways 61 and 19 north of Red Wing. Other fields are not doing so well due to the wet weather that delayed planting. — photo by Dave Ender 3 / 11
Decorated umbrellas are popping up all around downtown and herald the arrival of the annual Plein Air Festival. Artists and easels will be a common sight around town June. (Photo by Dave Ender) 4 / 11
Water droplets collect on these leaves from a recent rain. — RE photo by Stacy Bengs5 / 11
A sign welcomes bikers along the Great River Road at Mike's Baytown Bar and Grill in Bay City. — RE photo by Stacy Bengs6 / 11
The Nina and the Pinta docked in Red Wing overnight Wednesday before leaving for Hudson today. — photo by Tim Alms7 / 11
A clematis blooms in the garden at Church of St Joseph, Red Wing. – (Photo by Roger Popp) 8 / 11
One month into their arrival near Red Wing, the hive has gotten to be a busy place. The bees never stop working except at night, when they bundle up and sleep until the sun warms up the next day. (Photo by Craig Meyer)9 / 11
A sunbather at the upstream end of the Bay Point Park takes advantage of the sunshine. With summer’s arrival, people are walking, fishing, picnicking and playing. (Photo by Dave Ender)10 / 11
A decorated umbrella adorns a fence in Central Park. The Red Wing Arts Association Plein Air Festival painters arrive next week. With luck, this will be the only lightning the outdoor artists will see. (Photo by Dave Ender) 11 / 11

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