Mid-Valley rice fields and birds coexist
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A killdeer chick looks to a neighboring rice field east of Williams on Wednesday, June 20, 2012.
Mid-Valley rice fields and birds coexist.
Black-necked stilts peer out from bright blades of green, hunkering low to avoid detection, and a American bittern tilts its beak skyward, showing off brown camouflaged stripes on its sides.
Fluffy baby killdeer scurry near the roadsides as their nearby mothers flap their wings to create . Read Mid-Valley rice fields and birds coexist...