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Tuesday, March 01, 2011

Tundra Swan Stopover


While I was scanning the lake at Peace Valley, 13 Tundra Swans flew in and landed across the lake. I watched them hop out of the water up onto some of the last of the ice on the lake. By the time I had driven around to the other side, they were all up on the ice and napping.

Spring is here and birds are on their way north!

4 comments:

Andy W said...

Ice? Jeez, it's 75 bloody degrees down here Rob.

birdchaser said...

Hey Andy, we're just lucky to have a tiny bit of remaining ice. I just talked to a friend of mine in Missoula--they got 10 more inches of snow last night. Sheesh!

Andy W said...

The nutter in me misses the white stuff especially in July when it's been as hot as balls since March!

birdchaser said...

Too much time living in Texas for me. I can more easily abide the heat, a long winter starts to get to me.

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