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March 2024 Photo Gallery

An all-American train sitting on train tracks awaiting a new adventure. Captured by Doug and Sharla Bengtson in Wood Lake.

The great grandson of Doreen Maile of Avon had a fun afternoon making a snowman... last winter.

This image captured by Trish Johannson highlights Zion Lutheran Church of Watson, on a sunny winter day. This church has been standing in all of its glory since the late 1800s. The building underwent a restoration project in 1995.

Al Batt captured this absolutely amazing image of a great horned owl near his property in Hartland one night. What a stunning bird!

Bev Bales of Alexandria shared this photo of her grandson, Collin, of Albany, who caught this gorgeous 27-inch walleye.

Charlie Ruckheim’s best pal Ruger sat on his master’s stump surveying the land on a gorgeous sunny morning in Parkers Prairie.

Jeff Stave of Brainerd caught a glimpse of Bambi out in his backyard.

A beaver visited Gail Kloos of Donnelly in her back alley one chilly morning this winter.

Sue and Todd Taylor of Hitterdal, captured a beautiful view of a cute metal garden decoration of a red bird covered in an early morning frost in their garden one chilly morning.

A joyful evening with Don Lee, Megan Anderson, and Kevin Gerdes making cookies at A Place 2 Belong in Fergus Falls.

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace of Vergas had the opportunity to explore and enjoy the beautiful Jay Cooke State Park up North. This image was taken to capture a beautiful waterfall free flowing in Jay Cooke State Park.

Living on the Yellow Bank River in Lac qui Parle County, Rob Radermacher sees all kinds of critters. He plays “peek-a-boo” with this beaver while sitting on their swing down by the river.

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