EASTON — It was a brisk autumn day that brought scores of visitors and residents alike to pull on the camo, dig out hats and gloves and trek to locations around town for all things waterfowl on Friday, Nov. 8.

Food vendors serving hot eats and Old Bay set up at strategic locations in downtown Easton and on Dutchman’s Lane. Friendly dogs greeted each other. Kids bundled in their winter duds sported rosy cheeks.

The 49th annual Waterfowl Festival seemingly had something to attract even the the most cynical observer. But most of all, it attracted friendly smiles and an excuse to draw just a little closer.

Visit WaterfowlFestival.org for information about today’s events and exhibits.

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