Thursday, February 12, 2015

Feathered beauty on the water

Bow Narrows angler John Andrews took these shots last spring of two pairs of common ducks on Red Lake, Ontario. The first pair are Common Mergansers and the second are Ring-necked Ducks.
The males of both species are particularly resplendent as is often the case in the bird world.
The funny thing is that after a few weeks, the males are not seen on the lake until the next year. I have no idea where they go the rest of the year.
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