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Happy Easter to everyone. Photo by Peri Williams1 / 5
This was the scene at Frontenac Lake Wednesday 5 pm for some reason the pelicans decided to land on that lake and never before this many. There were thousands of them traffic was stopped along highway 61. Photo by Rusty Mathiasmeier2 / 5
'Blood moons' In a total lunar eclipse, the full moon turns a coppery red as it passes into Earth's shadow. During the process, the moon's bright glow dims, taking on a red hue because of shimmers of sunlight and sunsets seeping through the Earth's atmosphere. Dust and sulfur dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere can affect the size of the shadow. The moon has to be full for the total lunar eclipse to occur. The entire reddening process takes about an hour. Photo by Rusty Mathiasmeier3 / 5
This Toy Aussie wants to play. Photo by Peri Williams4 / 5
Feasting alone in the bird feeder. Photo by Tom Hughes5 / 5

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