Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Birds at National_elk_refuge

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Probably Ringnecked duck - Aythya collaris - ringand ,in the center

Birds at National_elk_refuge
© NF Photo 170928 Birds at National_elk_refuge, Grand Teton NP

I immediately recognize the swans of course, Then there are a lot of different ducks but in a plumage's  I´m not used to. But I think the one in the second shot is a Ring-necked duck. And the last one is a juvenile Coot. I have to look more closely on several images to fine out some more of them.

Linking up with: Bird D´Pot   WBW

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  1. You saw a nice variety of ducks and birds. I love when the ducks dive!

  2. One of my favorite areas of the USA...again, thanks for linking up and allowing us to join you in the Grand Tetons.

  3. Great looking lake - you need a local when there are that many birds about!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne


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