Saturday, February 16, 2013

Fisher folk at Cougar Creek Park

. . . the feathered variety:

Distant merganser, with the sunlight catching her hairdo.

Offended heron. (Aren't they all, always?)

Cormorant, one of a pair, coming to check us out.

The cormorant and the mergansers are short-term visitors; the heron is a year-round resident. And the beavers are still busy, keeping the ponds deep and wide.

1 comment:

  1. Merganzers stick around the cabin longer than any of the other water birds. - Margy


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