Today the tide was out farther than the last time I visited. Huge patches of seaweed and other natural debris along the edges were attracting Trumpeter Swans and others.
Goldeneye and a male Bufflehead with female companions.
Trumpeter Swans soaking up a natural spa treatment ~
Adding to the available nutrients, numerous dead salmon ~
One Bald Eagle posted for easy viewing ~
Off it flies ~
Meanwhile, the swans feed on the swirling mass of vegetation ~
Above, a Bald Eagle circles ~
This was an interesting interlude ~ four swans converged with straight upright necks, and then began a discussion with a lot of head bobbing and chattering.
Two more Bald Eagles overhead ~
I stood as far back as I could to capture three stills and stitched them for this panoramic view of about 20 of the 30 or more Trumpeter Swans.
I arrived home to find SuperSquirrel(TM) up and about in the oak tree where the Pileated Woodpecker was yesterday. Do you see the hummingbird by the feeder?
I am happy to be out in the sunshine while it lasts. The temperature was 11C today, so that was good for the middle of November.