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Subject:Re: Swans at Sucker Lake
From:jmmet <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:jmmet <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Sun, 19 Feb 2012 12:15:06 -0600
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hi judd--thank you for the additional and further detailed info.  I'm saving 
your directions for a little bit warmer day for my outing.  many thanks.

jim


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Judd Zandstra" <juddz@comcast.net>
To: "jmmet" <jmmet@COMCAST.NET>; <MOU-NET@LISTS.UMN.EDU>
Sent: Sunday, February 19, 2012 11:54 AM
Subject: Re: [mou-net] Swans at Sucker Lake


> Sucker Lake Park is located in Vadnais Heights between highway 95 on the 
> north and County Road F, east of Rice Street. There are 2 parking lots. 
> The northern one off Rice Street is closed in the winter. The southern one 
> off County F is open.
>
> From the south parking lot follow the paved trail north for about 1/4 mi 
> to a marked path on the right (east). Take this path about 100 yards to 
> the man-made channel between Sucker Lake and Lake Vadnais. There is a 
> footbridge at this point. You can stand on the bridge to observe the 
> channel but do not cross it. Take the left fork (north) and follow the 
> path along the west bank of the channel up to the south end of Sucker lake 
> itself. The water is open here and you will see hundreds of mallards and 
> 20+ trumpeter swans. They congregate between the bridge and the open water 
> at the end of Sucker Lake.
>
> The swans and mallards in the channel are quite tame and you sometimes can 
> approach them within 5 or 10 feet. (Some people feed them.) If you get too 
> close they calmly paddle to the opposite side of the channel, about 20 
> feet away.
>
> Alternately, the trumpeters may be at the north end of Sucker Lake. This 
> an additional half-mile walk so check the north end of the lake from the 
> south end with your binocs. To get to the north end, follow the paved 
> trail to the north parking lot and to the north channel.
>
> I haven't been there for a couple weeks but as long as the lakes in the 
> area are still frozen, the trumpeters can be found there.
>
> Judd Zandstra
>
>
> -----Original Message----- 
> From: jmmet
> Sent: Sunday, February 19, 2012 11:11 AM
> To: MOU-NET@LISTS.UMN.EDU
> Subject: [mou-net] Swans at Sucker Lake
>
> hi to the group-saw a post here about a month ago that a flock of about 40 
> swans had taken up residency at sucker lake.  it's such a nice day today I 
> was thinking of driving over there and trying to grab some photos.  does 
> anyone know if they are still there? if so, is it easy to spot them ... 
> what side of the lake do they tend to inhabit (I haven't been to sucker 
> lake)??
> thanks in advance for any info.
>
> jim
>
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