Birdies in the afternoon

My last post was from Stow Lake at dawn. This time we went in the late afternoon, before the fog rolled back in. The geese posed nicely and the water was reflections were pretty.

Blue sky with wisps of fog over Stow Lake
Blue sky with wisps of fog over Stow Lake
Young Canada Goose
Young Canada Goose
Adult Canada Geese
Adult Canada Geese
Another young Canada Goose
Another young Canada Goose

We paused to sit at a table and enjoy a cup of coffee. We had a visitor who sat at the other end of the table watching.

Seagull
Seagull
Seagull feets
Seagull feets

After our coffee we went for a walk around the lake.

A pair of hawks hunting for noms
A pair of hawks hunting for noms
Lady ducky showing off her feets and checking to see if we had noms.
Lady ducky showing off her feets and checking to see if we had noms.
Another pretty female duck with a Brewer's Blackbird lurking behind
Another pretty female duck with a Brewer’s Blackbird lurking behind

And here is my ultimate goal. In my last post I had a pic of a young girl ducky who was molting. I had taken pics of her and her siblings, but that was the only one that came out clear. I got lucky and got a cute pic of all three together.

Two cute girls and a boy
Two cute girls and a boy


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2 Replies to “Birdies in the afternoon”

  1. I’m so glad you pointed out this post to me. I had totally missed it! What truly gorgeous pictures. I love them all but I especially like the fourth picture down from the top (of the goose). The water looks all swirly and beautiful just like a painting! And of course I absolutely adore the ducks.

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