Tuesday, April 22, 2008

And Now, Back to our Regularly Scheduled Program

A good camera - and a good lens - make a difference. Here are Tom's pictures from the Klamath Wildlife Refuge.
The American Avocet are found in the area for a only a brief period each year. The Black-Necked Stilt is usually found in conjunction with the Avocet. An adult male canvasback. A male northern pintail. Click on the image to see the length of his tail. Correctly identified as a Great Egret. And more ducks. White-fronted geese. Tundra swan. Geese head back to the water after grazing. American White Pelican comes in for a landing.

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