Kip’s Comments 3-25-20

Trumpeter Swans at Sweet Marsh - Image 617022 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Trumpeter Swans at Sweet Marsh 

Early on this dark and dreary day I went for a walk around Sweet Marsh. My reward for the effort was nearly an hour watching a pair of trumpeter swans as they fed and preened. The swans remained in the shallow pond after I left the area.

Listen near the end of the video. You can hear sandhill cranes as they flew over.

Trumpeter Swans at Sweet Marsh Video

Trumpeter Swans at Sweet Marsh - Image 616805 (© Kip Ladage)

Trumpeter Swans at Sweet Marsh – Image 616805 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Trumpeter Swans at Sweet Marsh - Image 616832 (© Kip Ladage)

Trumpeter Swans at Sweet Marsh – Image 616832 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Trumpeter Swans at Sweet Marsh - Image 616850 (© Kip Ladage)

Trumpeter Swans at Sweet Marsh – Image 616850 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Trumpeter Swans at Sweet Marsh - Image 617010 (© Kip Ladage)

Trumpeter Swan at Sweet Marsh – Image 617010 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Trumpeter Swans at Sweet Marsh - Image 617011 (© Kip Ladage)

Trumpeter Swan at Sweet Marsh – Image 617011 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Trumpeter Swans at Sweet Marsh - Image 617022 (© Kip Ladage)

Trumpeter Swan at Sweet Marsh – Image 617022 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Trumpeter Swans at Sweet Marsh - Image 617023 (© Kip Ladage)

Trumpeter Swan at Sweet Marsh – Image 617023 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Trumpeter Swans at Sweet Marsh - Image 617056 (© Kip Ladage)

Trumpeter Swans at Sweet Marsh – Image 617056 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Trumpeter Swans at Sweet Marsh - Image 617117 (© Kip Ladage)

Trumpeter Swan at Sweet Marsh – Image 617117 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Trumpeter Swans at Sweet Marsh - Image 617166 (© Kip Ladage)

Trumpeter Swan at Sweet Marsh – Image 617166 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Trumpeter Swans at Sweet Marsh - Image 617284 (© Kip Ladage)

Trumpeter Swan at Sweet Marsh – Image 617284 (© Kip Ladage)

 

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