Mallard Ducklings at Governor Bridge Natural Area

The days are getting more Spring-like, and warblers are starting to trickle in. There were sightings at Governor Bridge yesterday, so I went to check them out.
Alas, the warblers are showing for everyone but me.
I did get a few acceptable shots, and I’ll keep trying.

Tundra Swan

Tundra Swan

Tundra Swan

These young Tundra Swans seem to be migrating late.

Pied Billed Grebe

Pied Billed Grebe

Cornell:”A small diving bird with a chicken-like bill, the Pied-billed Grebe is common on lakes and ponds across North America. It is rarely seen flying and prefers to sink out of sight when danger threatens.”

Mallard

12 Mallard ducklings. What’s not to like?

White Eyed Vireo

White Eyed Vireo

White Eyed Vireo

This White Eyed Vireo, like many singing birds, let me get quite close.

Canada Goose

This Canada Goose nest is covered in down.

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