|This homely little thing is I believe a young Horned Grebe.|
|Blue-winged Teal hiding in the leaves.|
|I just realized Blogspot yet again put my pics in hideous order.|
This is a Tree Swallow from the Arboretum in Fond du Lac.
|Northern Pintails! Gorgeous birds!|
|A Northern Shoveler.|
|A Killdeer, one of two.|
|Another Northern Shoveler!|
|A pretty Mallard drake.|
|I spotted some white off in the distance and took a high-zoom photo.|
This is likely a Trumpeter Swan, but as it's really far away I'm not 100% sure.
It is, however, a swan.
|A Pied-billed Grebe.|
|A pair of Canvasbacks. There were hundreds of Canvasbacks.|
|A Canvasback flapping in the wind.|
|In my last Horicon birding post I noted that I had accidentally|
photographed a Ring-necked Duck. Today there were dozens of them.
|Another Shoveler. I probably have at least twenty pictures of Northern Shovelers.|
|Dad and I were almost home when Dad turned the van around|
and said "Did you see that?!" He took a couple pics because I couldn't see
it very well. It's a Meadowlark, Eastern I believe (but I'm not sure).
|Eastern (?) Meadowlark.|
|And, of course, some more Shovelers.|
- Horned Grebe
- Trumpeter Swan
- Eastern Meadowlark
- Brown-headed Cowbird
- Blue-winged Teal
- Tree Swallow
Speaking of animals I shapeshift into, I happened upon a random zoo in which the only animals were deer and an incidental squirrel. Whitetailed deer are my primary power animal, with squirrels being another imortant power animal.
|I liked this deer.|