Here’s another pretty little Eared Grebe and it’s reflection
A Double-crested Cormorant in flight with it’s reflection following
A Black-necked Stilt and it’s reflection
A pair of Blue-Winged Teal were a bit shy of having their pictures taken!
If you look close you can see the abundance of insects on the water. No shortage of food this time of the year!
A Killdeer hunting on a row of discarded hay bales along the edge of Reed Lake. The bales are there to retard erosion.
A baby American Avocet hiding behind a clump of dead vegetation. It’s been poking in the foam along the waterline and has some on it’s bill!
An American Avocet looking out across Reed Lake.
An American Avocet feeding along the shallows of the lake.
A pair of Eared Grebes
An Upland Sandpiper
An American Avocet with it’s chicks.
An Eared Grebe on the nest.
An American Avocet on a shallow depression in the ground with three eggs showing.
The cute little Piping Plover was working it’s way down this patch
of dry land, picking a whatever it could find to eat.
Eared Grebes on a sun sparkled lake.