Wild Bird Wednesday #123 and WATW

Wild Bird Wednesday and Wednesday Around the World (WATW)

Situated in the Atlantic Flyway, the lake at Mt. Trashmore is filled with migrating waterfowl.

Situated in the Atlantic Flyway, the lake at Mt. Trashmore hosts many migrating waterfowl.

Many are Double-crested Cormorants

Many are Double-crested Cormorants.

Linking to Wild Bird Wednesday
and Wednesday Around the World

 

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23 thoughts on “Wild Bird Wednesday #123 and WATW

  1. Very nice! The Canadian geese finally returned to our area a couple of weeks ago, and we’ve seen a few groups of Sandhill Crane flying so high in the sky, too. I don’t see how they fly that high!

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    • I’ve never seen a Sandhill Crane, only pictures other birders share. I was surprised how high eagles fly. The wildlife rehabilitation center returned a previously-injured eagle to our area for release and invited the public to observe. Once she got comfortable with her wings, she was just a speck in the sky. Amazing.

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    • It’s a nice park, the city keeps working on it, Marie. Did you live here, vacation, or visit family/friends? They’re unusual birds, they look kind of funny with just their head sticking out of the water. Thanks!

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