Saturday, December 18, 2010

Mystery Picture Saturday --Chance to win free note cards

Last week's mystery picture was taken at Oxbow Park, maintained by the City of Hammond, Indiana. Oxbow is a jewel of a park within city limits; full of wildlife--ducks, geese, herons, muskrats and deer all call the park home.

If number of fisher-people is any indication of the fishing at Oxbow; the fishing should be good. The Oxbow is caused by a bend in the Little Calumet River into the park perimeter. The Oxbow creates a wetland; perfect habitat for the wildlife that frequent the park.

This week's mystery picture is taken at one of my favorite places to view wildlife and fish in Indiana. Add your guess of where in Indiana the picture was taken into the comments section to be included in the Blue Heron Moon notecard drawing on the first day of spring:



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