|A beautiful day for a walk in the park.|
Friday June 22, 2012. Swan Lake Village area,
|Swan Lake Park - June 19|
|This Robin kept flicking it's tail up into the air while sitting on the fence.|
|While walking along the path around the lake this rabbit|
suddenly hopped on to the path right in front of us.
He was a little surprised to see us only a few feet away.
|Ring Billed Gull|
|Looking down on the lake I saw this Gull swooping down onto the lake.|
I was wondering what he was after so I kept snapping pictures.
|And less then a second later caught him catching a fish from Swan Lake.|
|Romeo, Juliet and their six cygnets!!.|
If you look very closely you can see the 6th cygnet with it's head under water.
This picture was taken out near the Point.
|Juliet pulling up plants to provide food for her babies.|
Again there are six cygnets in the picture but one has it's head under water.
|Red Winged Blackbird - Juvenile|
|Red Winged Blackbird juvenile male siting on a branch.|
|Swan Lake Park - June 20|
|The goslings are entering the ugly duckling phase.|
This one was sitting near the East pond and was keeping a close watch on me as I approached.
If you look very closely you will see me in the reflection from his eye.
|Mute Swan - Cygnets|
|Four very hungry cygnets trying to get the last bits of food in the feeder.|
|Swan Lake Park - June 22|
|Picture taken from our deck around 8pm.|
The sun was low in the west and this Robin landed
on top of a neighbours roof to enjoy the view and the warmth of the sunlight.
|This little fellow landed on George's, our neigbour, feeder.|
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