Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Seney NWR: Watery Wednesday

While in the UP of Michigan, Eric and I made a short trip to Seney National Wildlife Refuge. This refuge is best known as a great area to see Trumpeter Swans. While there, we not only got to see Trumpeter Swans with their cygnets, we also saw a Common Loon with its young. Below are a few of the pictures that we took while at the refuge.

Seney NWR Ponds

Trumpeter Swan

Common Loon stretching its wings


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12 comments:

Martha Z said...

These are two birds I would love to see, they don't stop by Mono Lake.

Kitty said...

That's a great shot of the loon and the detail in its plummage. I've noticed that a lot of birds over here have had two brood this year - is it the same where you are?

Martha in PA said...

Wondeful shots. I love loons!
Beautiful photos!

Watery Wednesday

birderboymolloy said...

Nice pictures. :) Especially the Common Loon; Here in the UK we call them Great Northern Divers.

JO said...

beautiful!

My first Watery Wednesday entry is up.

cindyzlogic said...

Hey! Awesome pics! Thanks for sharing.

J Bar said...

Great view.
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amanda said...

Beautiful shots I love the loon they are so ugly you just gotta love em!

Kirigalpoththa said...

You have some excellent photos here! Keep it up :)

Regina said...

Amazing and awesome!

Guy D said...

As always you don't disappoint, excellent photos.

Have a great day
Guy
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Jack said...

Third one is really amazing...require great skill..

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