Tundra Swans



Tundra Swans 2 by Jenn Dixon, 2009

There are actually three swans here. The one is swimming parallel to the other. You can see part of his head and tail feathers.

I took this at Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area which is a great refuge for migrating birds. Canada geese, snow geese, and tundra swans, all find a nice place to rest before they head back north for the spring.

In the summer, there are all kinds of ducks, cormorants, herons, purple martens, and red-wing blackbirds. All year round…you may get lucky and see a bald eagle.

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