Corps of Engineers and the Audobon Society, and presents the ecological importance of the Central Flyway for migratory birds.
On this sunny day, we made a last minute road trip as an excuse to spend time outside in warm (relatively speaking) temperatures and in the bright sunshine.
We saw flocks of different gulls, many species of ducks and geese, and two eagles sitting in a tree on the other side of the water.
We stayed until the sun set, and I captured this image of two visitors watching the birds as they began to fly in and settle for the evening.
this pair of trumpeter swans flew in and landed.
The sun had already set,
and I barely had enough light to grab this picture just before I packed my camera away for the trip home.
~Nancy ~ 19/365