Tundra Swans and the search for T207
I went looking for Tundra Swans today and meet a couple of Wildlife photographers.
I started at Whitesbog and went all the way to back, a few and ran into Scott Fisher who really knows his birds. He told me of the search of T207 and recommended I might find some nice bird shots at Reeves Bog. So I continued my quest and found the place and beautiful spot loaded with Swans talking up a storm. I also found the landscape to my fine art photography taste and will come back for some sunrise shots. I love these amazing creatures, we are bless to share this planet with them.
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The tundra swan is a small Holarctic swan. The two taxa within it are usually regarded as conspecific, but are also sometimes split into two species: Bewick’s swan of the Palaearctic and the whistling swan proper of the Nearctic. Wikipedia