|Green Seawee d Waving in the Water|
We then traveled down to the harbor where except for a rare gull. Nothing was present, not even the usual large flock of rock pigeons.
Our next stop was Jenney's Pond, where again, the common birds were Canada geese and mallards. We also found a mallard hybrid. Looking at this bird. It is hard to say what was the other species involved in making up the hybrid besides the mallard. Looking at the picture, the eye is very pale. I wonder if there was an injury to it.
|Canada Goose Flapping|
|Mallard Being Chased by a Mallard|
|Great Blue Heron Sitting at the Edge of the Pond|
But as I have said before a day out photographing is better than a day in front of the desk. <
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