The migration of birds is a true wonder; how they can fly hundreds or thousands of miles and know where they are going. I’ve had hummingbirds and wood ducks at my place looking for food at the same place where I used to feed them the previous year, so I know they were the same birds. Anyway the water fowl that had made a stop at Horseshoe Lake are on the move again.
These flocks were too far away to identify, some where Canada Geese, I could tell from their honking, I am not sure about those in the photo below, that appeared white against the mountains. Maybe they were Snow Geese.
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