Monday, February 13, 2017

Swans and Ducks

There are a number of Swans and Ducks over on the Fishhook River.  It entertained Chance and I for quite some time.  Chance just watched out his window.  He didn’t growl he didn’t bark he just enjoyed the show…what a good boy he is!

The Trumpeter Swans are huge.

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Young Swan

The young swans will slowly become snowy white.

Picking your butt in public

Just a reminder to never pick your butt in public! 

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17 comments:

  1. Swans are one of my favorite large birds. I think they just look so graceful. You took some great pictures.

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  2. Good entertainment for sure. Great pix!

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  3. They are definitely beautiful creatures. We have lots of them around here at certain times of the year. Whole fields dotted with white. :-)

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  4. They are gorgeous! Spring is here in the Ozark's so get ready! Daffodils are blooming and leaves are populating all the bushes....now the rain is coming tomorrow....of course, because the girl's have vet appointments! LOL! We will get wet for sure as when it rains here it is like monsoons. Oh well, none of us are so sweet we will melt and the truck could use a good wash! LOL! Hang in there....early Spring is on it's way!

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  5. I really like your post!!! Amazing pictures you took of those beautiful swans!!! They are my favorite!!!
    Jessi

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  6. Thanks for sharing photos of these magnificent birds.

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  7. Those swans are lovely! Thanks for sharing your photos.

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  8. Those swans are something aren't they!

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  9. I wish we had swans here, but we don't! They are just LOVELY!

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  10. They are all very hardy birds and good to see in the winter.

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  11. Beautiful pictures! Chance is such a good friend and family member!

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  12. Such pretty photos. Wish I could have been there. Happy Valentine's Day!
    Love to Chance!

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  13. Such beautiful swans. I would have enjoyed watching with you!

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  14. LOL to your comment to the last photo! What gorgeous shots.

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  15. I have read of the trumpeters and how they spend their winters at special lakes. It would neat to be able to see them. Photos are better than nothing. I discovered a week ago that there is a lake in Iowa where the trumpeters spend their winter but I bet it is close to the Minnesota border.

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