Wispy dandelion seeds hanging on before being tossed about by the wind. I came across these along the edge of the Heron Rookery Trail. It is one of my favorite spots at the Indiana Dunes National Park. The best time of the year to hike along this trail is spring because of the large variety of wildflowers and mild temperatures. Even though I saw an array of birds, not a single one of them was a blue heron. I have seen herons there at other times but they are elusive. They also seem to know all the shadowy places to hide along the Little Calumet River.
More pics of scenes along the Heron Rookery Trail will be posted soon so come back. See ya!
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