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Marsh Madness: Photographers Fred Greenslade and Joe Bryksa capture spring migration's grandeur at Delta Marsh

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A canvasback duck comes in for  a landing.

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FRED GREENSLADE is a nationally renowned sports and wildlife photographer based in Portage la Prairie. His primary wildlife passion is waterfowl, which he has photographed during spring migration through Manitoba's Delta Marsh for the last 13 years.

Free Press photographer Joe Bryksa recently joined Greenslade for two days at the marsh to learn some of the techniques of waterfowl photography. To view more of their photos from the shoot, please go to: winnipegfreepress.com. And you can see more of Greenslade's waterfowl photos at www.greenslade.ca.

 

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition May 18, 2013 J4

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